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New Law Enforcement Contract and Its Impacts

The Town of Lodi has reached an agreement with the City of Lodi to provide supplemental law enforcement coverage in the Town.  The Towns primary law enforcement agency will remain the Columbia County Sheriff’s office.  The following is some information that you should know and some impacts of this agreement.

·         There will be random patrols on Town roads.  These patrols will be at different times during the day and night.  These patrols will not be limited to Friday and Saturday nights during the summer.  Patrols will be year round. 

·         The enforcement agreement will allow the Town to enforce its ordinances.  The procedure for initial complaints will remain unchanged.  Initial complaints should be called into the Town office, unless it is an emergency situation.  In an emergency always call 911 first.  The Town will attempt to resolve the complaint or ordinance violation using telephone calls or letters and it is only if that fails that we will involve law enforcement.

This agreement is for an average of 10 hours per weeks and, as mentioned, is only a supplement to what the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office provides.  During the initial 8 weeks of the agreement biweekly meetings will be held with the City of Lodi to ensure that both the City and the Town are satisfied with the results.  The agreement can be cancelled with 30-day notice by either the City or the Town, but it is our intent to have this be a long term arrangement that is good for both the Town and the City. 

I would like to thank everyone involved in negotiating and supporting this agreement including Mayor Paul Fisk, Director of Administration Dona Newman, Police Chief Scott Klicko, the Lodi City Council, The Lodi Town Board and more specifically Supervisor James Brooks, who worked, along with me, on this agreement for the Town.

If you have any questions about this agreement, feel free to call the Town office at 608-592-4868 or me at 608-770-7370. 

Tom Marx, Chairperson

Town of Lodi

 

 

 

 

Winter

Winter On-Street Parking

Per Town of Lodi Ordinance Section 5.11: 

(3) It shall be unlawful to park any vehicle in the following locations in the Town of Lodi at any time from November 15 through March 15 each year:
 
(A) All town roads within the boundaries  of the Okee Sanitary District;

(B) All town roads within the boundaries of the Harmony Grove Sanitary District;

(C) Thistledown Drive

(D) Brothertown Court

 

 

NOTICES

Town Board Meeting

February 23rd 2016 at 6:00 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Town of Lodi
W10919 County Road V, P.O. Box 310
Lodi, WI 53555-310
Phone: (608) 592-4868
Fax: (608) 592-2024
Email: twnlodi@twnlodi.com