THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Broderick Seeks Pound Town Supervisor Post
Issue Date: March 7, 2019
"I'm seeking office as a supervisor in the town because I wish to join in the effort the town board has been making to make Pound a better place to live and work. I believe the experience I've had on the Marinette County Board of Supervisors committees overseeing the Highway and Law Enforcement Departments will be valuable in enabling me to achieve this goal," County Board Supervisor Glenn Broderick said Monday, March 4 of his decision to be a candidate for Pound Town Board Supervisor in the elections coming up on Tuesday, April 2.
Broderick served as Town of Pound constable from 2008 to 2012, was a Town of Pound Supervisor from 2010 to 2012, and has been representing his district as a Supervisor on Marinette County Board since 2016. As a county supervisor he is extremely active, and attends numerous committee meetings as an interested observer, even those of which he is not a member.
A dairy farm owner and operator, Broderick has been a dairy man in Marinette County for 40 years. He lives at W10013 W 20th Road in Pound. Born June 3, 1949, he attended UW-Madison after graduating from Coleman High School in 1967.
His hobbies include reading, riding bicycle, hiking, target shooting and picking stones.