Nagel offers to purchase lots in Country Side Estates

Nicole Rogers

Nagel offers to purchase lots in Country Side Estates

2 min
February 3, 2022

By Nicole Rogers

OWEN - The Owen Common Council met on Jan. 25. All council members attended as well as CDC Tim Swiggum and Clerk/Treasurer Tracy Rau.Mayor Milliren called the meeting to order at 6 p.m. After the Pledge of Alliance was recited the floor was open to public comment. Mark Hanson asked if there was any progress on the rubber recycling plant and was answered not at this time.

Licenses Approved

A picnic license for the O-W Lions Ice Fishing Contest was approved. Kevin Molitor was also approved to be a bartender.

Countryside Estate News

CDC Swiggum showed the council the plat map for the Countryside Estates which is already surveyed. The council approved the map for future construction.

Jacob Nagel of Jump River contacted Swiggum to purchase three lots in the Countryside Estates. He would like to build two four-plexes on those lots. Bob Wilczek made a motion to send this request to planning and to set a price for the lots. All approved the motion.

Committee Reports

Pam Jaffke attended the Community Development Corp. She said there were a couple of businesses asking for funding and that it was good to see this activity.

Tim Swiggum gave a quick report on the murder mystery dinner held on Jan. 14-15. The event brought in $6,000 profit which will be split between the Owen-Withee Area Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Revitalization Committee.


The meeting adjourned at 6:25 p.m. The next meeting will beheld on Feb. 8.

This article was orginally reported by
Nicole Rogers

Nicole Rogers, lives in Owen, WI, and is the co-editor for the Sentinel & Rural News.