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September 14, 2017, 2017, (3:45 pm)
Note: The following committees, commissions, and boards may take action on any or all items listed on the agendas for the meetings included in this notice.
The Sawyer County Board of Supervisors will meet on Thursday; September 21, 2017; at 6:30 p.m., in the Large Courtroom of the Sawyer County Courthouse. The agenda for the meeting is as follows:
Call to order, Roll Call, Pledge of Allegiance
Certification of compliance with the open meetings law
Minutes of the August 17 and September 7, 2017 meetings
Recognition of Sheriff Mark Kelsey
Novus Consortium Resolution
Resolution to Reallocate funds from the 2017 Contingency Budget to the 2017 Public Safety Capital Improvement Fund - 911 System
Resolution to approve the Town of Winter Assessor’s Plat #1 – Connors Lake
Recognition of HHS employees with 30 years of service
Amendment to Zone District Maps – Case #17-004, John & Patricia Paul
Discuss Tablets for County Board members
Preliminary 2018 Budget Discussion
Resolution to Designate General Fund Balance
Board of Commissioners of Public Lands Loan Application for Southern Ambulance Station funding
Resolution Affirming the need for a second Circuit Court Judge for Sawyer County
Correspondence, reports from conferences and meetings, other matters for discussion only
The Zoning Committee of the Sawyer County Board of Supervisors will meet on Friday; September 15, 2017; at 8:30 a.m.; in the Large Courtroom of the Sawyer County Courthouse. The Zoning Department provides notice of Zoning Committee meetings, including agenda items.
Carol Williamson, Sawyer County Clerk
Any person wishing to attend who, because of a disability, requires accommodation, should call the Sawyer County Clerk’s Office (715.634.4866) at least 24 hours before the scheduled meeting so appropriate arrangements can be made.
Copies (by email) to Sawyer County Record, Sawyer County Gazette, WRLS, WHSM, WOJB, and the Hayward Library and Village of Winter for posting