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2019 Consumer Confidence Report Data MUKWONAGO WATERWORKS

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Reopening Order

The Operational Plan for the Village of Mukwonago Municipal Court In-person Proceedings can be found here.

WEDC “We’re All In” Small Business Grant opens June 15th – June 23rd

The grant provides $2,500 to 30,000 small businesses (20 or fewer employees) get back on their feet while also encouraging adoption of best practices to keep employees, customers, and communities safe. Application period: June 15th to June 23rd at 10 a.m. Grant...

WEDC We’re All in Small Business Grant

This grant is designed to help these small businesses get back on their feet while also encouraging adoption of best practices to keep employees, customers and communities safe. Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) will open the $2,500 We’re All In (WAI)...

Police National Night Out Cancelled

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Some Mukwonago residents may recieve this postcard. No need to be alarmed. The official postcards tell potential voters how to register online at myvote.wi.gov and give them deadlines and other information about ways to register for upcoming elections. The postcards also include a toll-free number which routes them to a Wisconsin Election Commission (WEC) call center.

The WEC sends these postcards because of Wisconsin’s membership in the Electronic Registration Information Center (ericstates.org), which helps states improve the accuracy of America’s voter rolls and increase access to voter registration for all eligible citizens. Wisconsin sent similar postcard mailings to 1.28 million eligible but unregistered residents in 2016 and 384,000 residents in 2018.

Some registered voters may inadvertently receive postcards. This can happen when a registered voter’s record does not match the same person’s DOT data. Registered voters who may receive postcards should not worry that their registration is in jeopardy. These voters may want to visit the MyVote website, call the toll-free number or contact their municipal clerk to check that their information is accurate, and to correct any data errors.
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