Two from Town of Delavan board step down
At Tuesday's annual town meeting, residents passed an advisory referendum to replace Pelletier, who has been a supporter of the Sho-Deen residential development in the township.
In a letter to the editor in Sunday's print edition of The Week, Endisch writes that his resignation is effective April 30 and that he and his wife are moving to Whitewater.
In the election two weeks ago, two supervisors who were seen as being in the Sho-Deen camp, Larry Malsch and Dolores Nowak, were defeated by Kay Franzen and Jim Wolfgram.
In a story in last week's Janesville Gazette, reporter Anna Marie Ames quotes Pelletier's letter of resignation.
"They preferred little or no development and strict adherence to current county zoning ordinances and a 12-year-old, outdated rural land use plan," Pelletier wrote. "They would accept loss of town land to annexation if necessary. They want more of what is, not what could be."