Paris to hold Community Informational Open House on Oct. 17

Paris will be holding an Community Informational Open House on Thursday, Oct. 17 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Paris School gymnasium, located at 1901 176th Ave.

“The Paris Plan Commission was looking for a way to gather more feedback from town residents about land planning,” said town Chairman John Holloway. “The idea of holding a town information open house grew out of that need.  The intent is to have as people representing various committees in the town as well as groups with projects planned in the town to all gather in one place and allow town residents meet with them on a very informal basis to gather info, ask questions and share feedback.”

The format will be an open house style gathering with no presentations. Each invited group will have a table and representatives for residents to approach and visit with. Maps and other information will be available
for viewing.

By providing multiple groups covering the majority of areas currently active in the town, it is hoped that residents who might not otherwise attend a meeting or a hearing might attend to become better informed
and have their questions answered.

Invitees include:

  • Paris Town Board.
  • Paris Plan Commission.
  • Town of Paris Legacy Committee.
  • WI DOT.
  • Paris Solar Farm/Invenergy.
  • We Energies / Pipeline projects.
  • Paris Fire and Rescue Department.
  • Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department.
  • Paris Grade School.
  • Pheasant Run Landfill.
  • Paris Memorial Committee.
  • County Board Supervisor Mike Skalitzky; State Representative Samantha Kerkman; State Senator Van Wanggaard; County Executive Jim Kreuser; US Representative Bryan Steil’s office.
  • UW Extension.

Enough members of the Town Board, Plan Commission, Legacy Committee, Memorial Committee and Paris School Board of Education may be in attendance to create quorums of those boards. The purpose of the session is to share and gather information. No actions will be taken by any of the boards or committees at this meeting.


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