Clerk-Treasurer Office Closed 7/12/2021 through 7/14/2021
The office of the Town of Holland Clerk-Treasurer will be closed from Monday, July 12th through Wednesday, July 14th to attend a training conference. Regular office hours will resume on Monday, July 19th, 2021. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for urgent Town matters.
The Town of Holland is looking for Recycling Center Attendants and a Zoning Administrator!
The Town of Holland has an opening for a Recycling Center Attendant. The Recycling Center is open 8 hours every Saturday year-round. We try to have flexible scheduling of two 4 hour shifts to accommodate personal schedules. Responsibilities include supervising disposal of material into the proper location, collecting fees for certain items per published fee schedule, maintaining cleanliness and order and helping unload material. Applicants must be able to lift 40 pounds. The starting rate is $17.35 per hour.
The Town of Holland is looking for a Zoning Administrator. The person in this position will report to the Town Chairman but will also frequently interact with the Plan Commission Chairman, the Town Clerk-Treasurer, and the Building Inspector. The zoning administrator will assist Town of Holland landowners and residents in applying for desired changes, including but not limited to rezonings, land divisions, and conditional use permits. The individual will maintain detailed knowledge of the Town of Holland’s comprehensive plan and ordinances, routinely attend Plan Commission meetings, and assist the Town of Holland Plan Commission and Board members in understanding and analyzing application requests by landowners and residents.
If you are interested in filling the recycling center attendant or zoning administrator position for the Town of Holland and would like to learn more, please notify:
Town of Holland Clerk-Treasurer
W3005 County Hwy G
Cedar Grove, WI 53013
COVID-19 Facts Provided by Sheboygan County Public Health
The Sheboygan County Division of Public Health has issued a fact sheet about the COVID-19 vaccination. You may read the fact sheet by clicking here.
Solar Energy Project Joint Development Agreement
Responsibility for permitting the Onion River Solar Project lies with the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin. Because the Town does not have permitting authority, the Town and County have worked on and approved a Joint Development Agreement to ensure that, if the project is approved, we have Onion River’s commitment to meet these requirements that are not mandated by the state, including items such as:
• Commitments to fund decommissioning;
• Considerations for non‐participating neighboring landowners;
• Maintaining and repairing roads, if damaged;
• Setbacks from residences and roads;
• Compensation for school districts and Lakeshore Technical college;
• Processes for communications between Ranger Power and the Town and County, along with construction guidelines/expectations/responsibilities.
The Joint Development Agreement was approved without dissent by both the Town Board and the County Board. If the project is not approved by the state, this agreement will be void. The Press Release has additional information.
The Town of Holland was settled by Dutch immigrants in the 1840’s. Located along the western shore of Lake Michigan in Sheboygan County, the township remains home to many descendants of the original Dutch pioneers.
Unless otherwise noted, meetings are conducted at the Town of Holland Town Hall at 7:30 p.m. The town hall is located at W3005 County Road G in Cedar Grove, Wisconsin.