GOVERNOR EVERS LATEST ORDER
In the past two days, Governor Evers announced two emergency orders relating to the coronavirus crisis:
Emergency Order #11 (Utilities)
-Stop utility disconnection for nonpayment for all customers, including commercial, industrial, and farm accounts
-Cease assessing late fees to customer accounts
-Stop the practice of requiring deposits from customers for re-connection of service
-Allow deferred payment agreements for all customers who request them
-Remove any administrative barriers for customers making or reestablishing utility service
-Authorize water utilities to provide budget billing arrangements to customers. Electric and natural gas utilities are allowed to do this under current rules
“Safer at Home” Emergency Order - Details will be available on Tuesday, March 24
Gov. Tony Evers will order the closure of all non-essential businesses due to the coronavirus outbreak. More information about this order is expected within the next 24 hours including the effective date. Those who provide essential care and services, such as doctors, nurses and other in the health care industry, grocers and family caregivers, will be granted an exemption, Evers said.
Everyone else should limit their travel to essential needs like getting groceries and medication and going to the doctor and stay 6 feet apart from anyone else, the Governor stated.
The City will share the order and businesses which have been declared essential when it becomes available.
It’s safe, easy and fast. Voters can request a ballot to be mailed to them and check their registration status at the my vote wi website. If voters do not have access to the internet, or if they are in need of a witness to their absentee ballot, they may contact the city clerk’s office at email@example.com, 414-302-8220, to make an appointment.
APRIL 7 ELECTION REMAINS SCHEDULED – POLL WORKERS NEEDED
We need your help to ensure a safe and fair election on Tuesday, April 7. Consider joining us as a poll worker. Election inspectors are compensated for working at the polling place and for attending training sessions. The current pay for West Allis Resident Election Inspectors is $110.00 per Election Day ($107.84 for non-residents). You may also choose to work as a volunteer.
High School students are encouraged to work as election inspectors. A student who is 16 or 17 years of age and who is enrolled in grades 9-12 in a public or private high school and has at least a 3.0 GPA may serve as an election inspector with the approval of the student’s parent or guardian. The municipal clerk must receive written authorization from the student’s parent or guardian for the student to serve for the election for which he or she is appointed.
Poll workers should have basic computer skills and a valid email address. Apply to be a poll worker here: www.westalliswi.gov/pollworker.