THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
2 County Board Members Will Not Seek Re-Election
Two veteran members of the Marinette County Board of Supervisors have filed notice of non-candidacy showing that they are not candidates for re-election on April 1 with County Clerk Kathy Brandt.
Meanwhile 16 of the 30 supervisors have already file nomination papers for re-election.
Filing non-candidacy papers were District 16 Supervisor Connie Seefeldt and District 24 Supervisor Bill Walker. The District 16 post is comprised of the Town of Grover Wards 2 and Town of Pound Ward 1, and District 24 is comprised of City of Marinette Ward 2.
The deadline for supervisors not seeking re-election to file non-candidacy papers is 5 p.m. Friday, Dec. 27, with the county clerk.
The 16 supervisors who have filed nomination papers for re-election are:
Dist. 1: Gilbert Engel, comprised of City of Niagara Wards 1 and 2.
Dist. 2: Al Sauld, Town of Niagara, Town of Pembine Ward 2 and City of Niagara Ward 3.
Dist. 3: Russ Bousley, Town of Athelstane Ward 2 and Town of Dunbar Wards 1 and 2.
Dist. 4: Clancy Whiting, Town of Beecher and Town of Pembine Ward 1.
Dist. 5: Mike Cassidy, Town of Athelstane Ward 1, Towns of Goodman and Silver Cliff.
Dist. 6: Ken Mattison, Town of Amberg and Town of Wausaukee Ward 1.
Dist. 7: Cheryl Wruk, Town of Stephenson Wards 1 and 2.
Dist. 9: Joe Policello, Town of Middle Inlet Ward 1, Town of Wausaukee Ward 2 and Village of Wausaukee.
Dist. 10: Kathy Just, Town of Lake Wards 1 and 2 and Town of Middle Inlet Ward 2.
Dist. 13: Robert Holley, Town of Beaver Wards 1 and 2 and Town of Pound Ward 3.
Dist. 15: Ken Casper, Town of Pound Ward 2, Village of Coleman and Village of Pound.
Dist. 17: Cindy Barrette, Town of Grover Ward 1 and 3 and Town of Peshtigo Ward 5.
Dist. 18: Russ Bauer, Town of Peshtigo Ward 6 and City of Peshtigo Ward 4.
Dist. 25: Paul Gustafson, City of Marinette Ward 3.
Dist. 26: Shirley Kaufman, City of Marinette Ward 4.
Dist. 27: Ted Sauve, City of Marinette Ward 5.
County Board Supervisors are paid $200 per month plus $50 for attendance at County Board meetings and $25 for attendance at Committee meetings. They also receive a mileage rate for traveling from their residence to a meeting and returning home.
The County Board Chairman in addition to the $2,400 annual salary of supervisors is also paid an additional $4,800 for a total of $7,200. The chairman is elected by supervisors at their annual reorganization meeting.
The last day to file nomination papers for county board supervisor is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 7, with the county clerk.
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