Rome residents gather Tuesday at the Municipal Building for the town's annual meeting.
While some residents aren't happy paying special fees, other people made it clear, during the town's annual meeting, that they're will to spend a little to ensure services.
The Wisconsin Public Service Commission mandates the Rome Water Utility collect about $365,000 for public fire protection, Rome Chairman Phil McLaughlin said. It's up to the Rome Town Board to approve the way the fee is charged.
About 76 percent of the people living in the town of Rome are not served by the town's Water Utility, said Dick Wilkes, Rome resident. While Wilkes said he's willing to pay the cost portion of the ...