office at 105 Airport Road
for Tony Evers, Josh Kaul and Sarah Godlewski will be delivered to
our office on Thursday Sept. 20. The office will be open on Tuesdays
and Thursdays from 5:00-8:00 pm and on Saturdays from 10:00 am-1:00 pm.
We also have signs for Tammy Baldwin and Beau Liegeois. More signs for
Richard Sarnwick have been ordered.
OFFICE HELP NEEDED
are in need of people to be in the office when it is open. Jobs
include greeting those coming in to get signs, putting signs together and
answering the phone. The time could also be used to make phone
calls. Sign up by calling the office at 715-201-0809 or by stopping in.
We are looking for grey donkey items to put in our raffle baskets for the Oct. 6th fall dinner. If you have a gently used or new item to donate, please leave it off at the office.
LAST CALL FOR THE FALL DINNER
Reservations can still be made for the Fall Fundraising Dinner on Sat., Oct. 8th at the Shawano Lake Golf Course. The event begins at 4:30 pm with an open bar. Dinner is a 5:30 pm with speeches to follow. Join in the fun. Call Jan at 715-526-2955. The cost is $25 with reservations and $30 at the door.
Shawano County Board Chairman Jerry Erdmann survived a challenge Tuesday and narrowly won re-election to what he said would be his final term in the leadership post.
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Source: County chairman re-elected one more time | The Shawano Leader
Intimidated by public opposition, Gov. Scott Walker retreated behind closed doors today to sign two controversial Republican bills that dismantle the Government Accountability Board and increase special interest campaign influence in our state elections.
Source: Gov. Walker Signs Political Corruption Bills In Private
Historic district – Greendale (federal greenbelt town)A bill (AB-568), currently in the legislature’s Committee on Housing and Real Estate, would strip the power of Wisconsin towns to protect their own historic places by making compliance with local historic preservation ordinances optional for property owners.
Source: Bill in WI Legislature Would Strip Local Historic Preservation Ordinances | Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation
More than 40 former employees of the Department of Natural Resources sent letters to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Monday expressing concerns over what they see as lax regulation.
Source: Ex-DNR officials complain about enforcement under Walker