By Mike Johnson of the Journal Sentinel
Summit – Voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a referendum measure to turn the Town of Summit into a village.
The vote was 483 to 85 in favor of incorporation as a village.
Voter turnout was 14.6%; 570 of the town’s 3,898 registered voters cast ballots. Of the ballots cast, two were blank.
“It’s loud and clear,” Town Chairman Len Susa said of the “yes” vote to become a village. “I’m very pleased at the turnout.”