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Interested in getting involved as a volunteer with a committee that helps govern a Marinette County organization? Several terms are to be filled by appointment at the final County Board meeting of the year, on Tuesday, Dec. 18. It is expected that for some organizations incumbents may be returned to their current positions, but for others one or more new members will be needed.
Terms of Ed Gordon and Judy McVane on the Elderly Services Committee end on Monday, Dec. 21, both serving their second 3 year term, will be leaving their assignments on Dec. 31, since no more than two consecutive terms allowed. They will need to be replaced. Anyone interested in helping govern this agency, which specializes in services to the aging, may contact Director Pam Mueller Johnson at 715-854-7453, or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Anyone interested in an appointment to any of the following groups may send a letter of interest to County Board Chair Vilas Schroeder or County Administrator Ellen Sorensen before Monday, Nov. 26.
Pending vacancies and the persons who now fill the positions are:
Veterans Services Commission: 3-year term of Duffy Nast, ending Nov. 30. There is no term limit. Terms are staggered.
Criminal Justice Coordin-ating Committee: Bryan Peth, serving first 2-year term that expires Dec. 31; no more than two consecutive terms.
Health and Human Services Board, Brandon Jeske, 3-year term ending Dec. 31, no term limit.
Industrial Development Corporation, Revolving Loan Fund, Greg Goetzman and Fred Meintz, 2-year staggered terms ending Dec. 31, no term limits.
Land Information Council, two 3-year staggered terms, currently vacant, are to be filled by an assessor employed within the county and an abstractor employed within the county. There are no term limits.
Marinette County Library Board: Don Philips and Kathleen Selby, 3-year staggered terms ending Dec. 31, no term limits.
Nicolet Federated Library Board: Supervisor Connie Seefeldt, 3-year term expiring Dec. 31, recommend no more than two full consecutive terms.
Housing Authority: 5-year staggered terms of supervisors Alice Baumgarten and Al Sauld, ending Dec. 31, no term limits. These two positions will be filled either by the incumbent or some other County Board Supervisor.
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