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Town of Richmond

Richmond is a town in Shawano County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 1,864 at the 2010 census. The unincorporated communities of Red River and Thornton are located in the town.

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RICHARD J. STADELMAN, RICHMOND TOWN CLERK TEL. (715)526-6527
 
OFFICE AT TOWN HALL AT N5170 COUNTY ROAD MM, SHAWANO, WIS. 54166
M – F 9:30 a.m. to Noon. 
Tuesday through Thursday 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
 
 
 
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Town of Richmond Election Results for April 4, 2017 Spring Election:

Superintendent of Public Instruction

Tony Evers 205

Lowell E. Holtz  169

Justice of Supreme Court

Annette  Ziegler  336

Town Board Chairperson

Steven Gueths  363

Town Supervisors (top two are winners)

Ricky Brockman  173

Matt Hietpas  298

Ken Damveld 189

Town Treasurer

Noelle Buettner  379

Constable

Steven Damveld  364

Richmond Sanitary District #1

Jane A. Krueger  153

Shawano School Area 2

Michael E. Sleeper  315

Shawano School Area 2 (vote for two)

Alysia Pillsbury 209

Beth Mc Farlane 268

Shawano School At Large 

Mart Grams  179

Bruce Milavitz 180

Gresham School At Large (vote for two)

Marge Everhard  1

Joan Marie Rosenow 0

Total Number of Voters 407 Voters Registered to Vote at April 4, 2017 Spring Election in Town

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Recycling of Glass, Plastic, Aluminum, and Metal Cans

Town of Richmond Residents may still use "blue bags" to recycle Glass, Plastic, Aluminum and Metal Cans. These "blue bags" and the material in these recycled bags should be placed separately from the garbage carts or other garbage containers.

The reports that the Outagamie County Recycling Center where some of the recyclables are sent does not want recyclables in blue bags was in error.  The use of "blue bags" for recyclables helps the drivers know that these bags are recyclables and meant to be kept separate from the garbage.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.