County Appliance Collection – Saturday, June 22nd: Appliance & Yard Equipment Collection Event Saturday, June 22 from 8 am – 1 pm North Hudson - Public Works Site:  285 Krattley Lane Somerset - Recycling Center:  748 State Road 35 Woodville - Fire Station:  216 River Street NOT AT TOWN OF RICHMOND RECYCLE CENTER Cost  Disposal of most appliances and yard equipment is $10 unless specified below. Payment must be by cash or check only - made out to JRs Advanced Recyclers.   Appliances & Yard Equipment Accepted for a Fee: Any remaining gas and oil must be drained before disposal Air conditioners / furnaces Chain saws / weed whackers Clothes washers / dryers Compressors Dehumidifiers / humidifiers Dishwashers Garage door opener Generators Grills Leaf blower Microwaves Power tools ($5) Pressure washer Propane tanks under 20# ($2/$5/$10) Push lawn mower Riding lawn mower ($25) Refrigerators / freezers - electric (call for gas prices) Roto tillers Smoke detectors ($2) Stoves / ranges (with vent hood) - electric and gas Thermostat / mercury devices (free) Trash compactors / garbage disposals Treadmills / exercise equipment ($25) Sewing machines Snow blower Vacuum cleaners ($5) Water heaters / coolers Water softeners ($20) SEE ALL THE DETAILS HERE

Town of Richmond to Utilize Badger Books

In 2017, Wisconsin Elections Commission staff developed an electronic poll book application for use in Wisconsin elections. The Badger Book is the only electronic poll book authorized for use in Wisconsin and is the only e-poll book application with direct WisVote integration. Badger Books are not connected to the internet.

The Badger Book is only an electronic version of the paper poll book and as such, performs only those functions. It is used to check in voters, process Election Day Registrations (EDRs), and record absentee participation.

Badger Books are not voting machines – you can’t cast votes on them. Voting will continue to be done on paper ballots. They are not vote tabulators – they don’t count votes. The vote tabulation process will not change.

After Election Day, a data file generated from the Badger Book is used to upload election participation and Election Day Registration information into WisVote so voters may see their participation more quickly in MyVote.

The Town Board approved the purchase of Badger Books in November of 2021. They will be used for the August and November elections in 2022.

Residents with questions about the electronic poll books should please contact the Town Clerk at 715-808-1795 or by email at [email protected]