Operator License Application
- Anyone wishing to be employed as an operator under § 125.17, Wis. Stats., shall make written application for an operator's license to the Town Clerk upon the form provided by the Town.
- No operator's license shall be granted to a person under 18 years of age.
- No one except the licensee or a member of his immediate family shall act as an operator without such license. Licenses are valid from July 1 to June 30, renewed every two years. Fees are as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule.
- An applicant must provide their WI Driver's License or State ID and prove they have taken the Wisconsin Beverage Training Class within the past two years or show proof that they have held a Wisconsin Operator License that is not more than 2 years expired.
- Provisional licenses shall only be issued to person(s) who have applied for an operator's license under this section. A provisional license may not be issued to any person(s) who has been denied a license under this section.
- A provisional license can only be applied for at the time of the application for regular license. One cannot apply for the regular license and come back on a later date to pay for the provisional license.
- Provisional licenses shall expire 60 days after issued or when a license under this section is issued to the holder, whichever is sooner. Provisional licenses may be revoked if the holder of the license made false statements on the application or as determined by the Licensing Committee.
- Provisional licenses shall be issued by the Town Clerk at a fee as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule.
License fee is as prescribed in the Town Fee Schedule.
- Temporary licenses may be issued only to operators employed by, or donating their services to, nonprofit corporations. No person may hold more than one license of this kind per year. This license is valid for any period from one day to 14 days, which shall be stated on the license.