Wisconsin Boundary Agreements

In 2005, the City of Somers and the City of Kenosha entered into a border agreement in accordance with Wisconsin 66.0307. The agreement was aimed at creating a regular permanent border between the two municipalities, which would facilitate planning efforts in both municipalities. The approximate demarcation line begins, with a few exceptions, on the west side after the S County Highway, includes Sunset Ridge Memorial Park south of S, then north on Wisconsin Highway 31, east on L County Road, north on 41st Avenue, east on Highway E, south on Wisconsin Highway 32, north outskirts of Carthage College and east of Lake Michigan. Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement of 17 January 2000, Resolution 4475 on the border agreement concerning the City of Racine, the City of Mount Pleasant and the City of Caledonia. This resolution was unanimously adopted by the Joint Council of Racine on 20 February 2002. KENOSHA-TOWN CITY OF SOMERS COOPERATIVE PLAN.pdf Resolution 6-02 Approval of participation in a cooperative plan in accordance with 66.0307 of the Wisconsin Statutes adopted by Somers City Council on March 12, 2002. JOINT PUBLIC HEARING TOWN OF SOMERS-CITY OF KENOSHA.pdf City of Kenosha/Town of Somers Cooperative Plan Under Section 66.0307, Wisconsin Statutes of March 4, 2005 The duration of the trade agreement is 30 years from the date of approval of the agreement, January 18, 2005.