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Todd D. Novak

Mayor

City of Dodgeville

HQ Phone:  (608) 935-9200

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City of Dodgeville

100 E. Fountain Street

Dodgeville, Wisconsin,53533

United States

Company Description

The City of Dodgeville is provided natural gas and electric service from Alliant Energy Corporation. Alliant Energy Corporation is a public utility holding company serving approximately 1 million electric and over 400,000 natural gas customers. Providing its...more

Background Information

Employment History

Media Coordinator

Iowa County Circuit Court


Editor

Dodgeville


Affiliations

Iowa County Humane Society

Board Member


Web References(14 Total References)


Board of Directors and Staff - Iowa County Humane Society

www.ichs.net [cached]

Todd Novak
Treasurer: tdnovak@charter.net


Lands' End litigation comes to an end - The Dodgeville Chronicle - Dodgeville, WI

www.thedodgevillechronicle.com [cached]

"For the first time in many years, we can say that we can end this," Dodgeville Mayor Todd Novak said at the council's meeting Tuesday night.
Novak stated that the checks had been delivered and have been cashed by the company. Funding for the refund has come partially out of the TIF District (which is now closed) and from the City's Reserve Fund. With the TIF closing, $16 million of equalized value returns to the tax roll, and the remainder of funds will be distrubuted to taxing entities. Novak thanked Jerome Griffiths, Lands' End's new CEO, for making the settlement a priority....


Local Governments - Iowa County

www.iowacounty.org [cached]

Mayor - Todd D Novak
Phone: 574-0010 202 W Division St. Dodgeville, WI 53533


www.fox47.com

DODGEVILLE, Wis. -Dodgeville police encountered Mayor Todd Novak twice this summer in alcohol-related incidents, neither of which resulted in citations.
This comes after a public event a year ago where numerous sources said Novak bragged publicly about getting preferential treatment from the city's police department in regards to driving drunk. Police records show officers stopped Novak from driving home drunk at 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 20 after he "staggered and nearly fell" on the way to his vehicle. He called his next-door neighbor and friend, Dodgeville police Sgt. "I was treated no differently than anybody else in this situation by my city police officers, our city police officers," Novak said. "Drunk driving has affected me personally. I know people who have been affected by drunk driving and it should be prevented at all costs. I did what anybody would do. I called a friend." Earlier this summer, an officer intervened as Novak allegedly was urinating on a building in downtown Dodgeville. Novak denied any knowledge of the alleged public urination and also told News 3 he had not had any prior encounters with police as it related to alcohol. However, court records show Novak was arrested on May 18, 1990, in Dodgeville for operating while intoxicated after failing Breathalyzer and field sobriety tests. That charge was dropped when blood tests taken roughly an hour after the arrest showed Novak was one-thousandth of a percentage point under the legal limit. Last October, at a Best of Dodgeville event, three sources said Novak was in a group of people when he was warned not to drive home from the event because he was intoxicated. The sources said Novak was warned about getting pulled over for driving while intoxicated with one source saying the mayor responded, "It doesn't matter because I have a Mayoral Pass. I won't get into trouble." News 3 does not know if Novak drove a car that night. Novak said he never used those words because he is not treated differently than any other Dodgeville resident. The current acting police chief, Lt. David Pope, agreed, stating that Novak did not receive preferential treatment because "social or economic status does not enter into (these decisions)."


www.gazettextra.com

Four Republicans are vying for Marklein's old Assembly seat: Dodgeville Mayor Todd Novak, Dennis Polivka of Spring Green, Ken Rynes of Richland Center and Tyler Schultz of Monroe.
The novelty element: Novak is the first openly gay Republican candidate for the Legislature.


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