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The recommendations may be integrated into an existing use-based code, allowing more housing types to be attainable, or may be a way of trying out form-based coding.
All board and council meetings, plan commission meetings, zoning board meetings and hearings, and any ad hoc citizen or advisory meetings authorized by a governmental body must comply with the Wisconsin Open Meetings Law.
Provides basic information about how municipal government is organized and funded, and how it differs from other local governments.
Bellevue is governed by a five-member Village Board consisting of a Village President and 4 Village Trustees. Collectively, the board has management and control of Village property, finances, streets, utilities, and public service. All positions are elected at-large during the April Spring election. 2 Village Trustees are elected in even numbered years, with the other 2 elected in odd numbered years. The Trustee role has a fixed annual salary of $6,500.
To be placed on the April ballot, a candidate must file a Campaign Registration Statement (CF-1), a Declaration of Candidacy (EL-162), and Nomination Papers (EL-169). All forms are due no later than 5 pm on the first Tuesday of the New Year. If the form is faxed or emailed, the original document must follow postmarked no later than the first Tuesday of the New Year.
VILLAGE PRESIDENT (WIS. STAT. § 61.24) - Statutory Authority/Duties
VILLAGE BOARD (WIS. STAT. § 61.34) - Statutory Authority/Duties
TRUSTEES (INDIVIDUALLY) - Statutory Authority/Duties
Bellevue, as a Village, is governed by Chapter 61 of the Wisconsin State Legislature.
This form must be filed with the Bellevue Clerk’s Office as soon as you decide to become a candidate for office and before any funds are collected or spent.
This form must be filed with the Bellevue Clerk no later than the deadline for filing nomination papers or the candidate's name will not appear on the ballot. This form must be sworn to and signed in the presence of notary or person authorized to administer oaths.
Nomination papers may be circulated any time after December 1 of the current year. You will be required to obtain a minimum of 20 and a maximum of 100 signatures for each office pursued.
Candidate forms may be obtained from the Bellevue Village Clerk, at the Bellevue Village Offices, 2828 Allouez Avenue, or found at https://elections.wi.gov/forms. To request a candidate packet from the Bellevue Village Clerk, contact Karen Simons at (920) 468-5225 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Attribution statements, commonly referred to as disclaimers, are statements required to be placed on any communication containing express advocacy in order to identify the person(s) who paid for and/or authorized the communication. WIS. STAT. § 11.1303(2).
Express advocacy is a communication which clearly identifies a candidate and clearly relates to the election or defeat of the candidate. Common terms include 'Vote for', 'Elect', 'Support', 'Cast your ballot for', 'Smith for... (an elective office)', 'Vote Against', 'Defeat', 'Reject', and 'Cast your ballot against'. (§ 11.0101(11))
Every printed advertisement, billboard, handbill, lawn sign, sample ballot, television or radio advertisement, or other communication requires an attribution.
Attribution statements do not apply to communications containing express advocacy printed on small items, which would normally require a disclaimer, but cannot be conveniently printed, including text messages, social media communications, and certain small advertisements on mobile phones. WIS. STAT. § 11.1303(2)(f).
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