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APPOINTED BOARDS & COMMISSIONS
Board of Adjustment......................................................... 71
Affirmative Action Committee .......................................... 71
Aging & Disability Resource Center Board ....................... 71
Bay-Lake Regional Planning Commission ........................ 72
Bay Workforce Development Area.................................... 72
Community Options Planning Committee ........................ 72
Condemnation Commissioners ......................................... 72
Criminal Justice Coordinating Board ................................ 73
Economic Development Revolving Loan Fund.................. 73
Emergency Medical Services Council................................ 74
Equal Opportunities in Housing Commission ................... 74
Ethics Board ...................................................................... 75
Farm Drainage Board Commissioners .............................. 75
Green Bay Metropolitan Sewerage District ...................... 75
Handicapped Children’s Education Board......................... 75
Harbor Commission........................................................... 76
Board of Health ................................................................. 76
Housing Authority ............................................................. 76
Human Services Board...................................................... 77
Land Information Office Board ......................................... 77
Library Board .................................................................... 78
Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) ................. 78
Museum Board of Directors .............................................. 79
NEW Zoo Advisory Committee .......................................... 79
NEW Cap Board ................................................................. 79
Nicolet Federated Library Board....................................... 80
Planning Commission........................................................ 80
Professional Football Stadium District ............................. 81
Solid Waste Management Board....................................... 81
Traffic Safety Commission ................................................ 82
Veterans Service Commission........................................... 82
CENSUS POPULATION INFORMATION ........................................ 7
COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS ........................................... 65
COUNTY BOARD STANDING COMMITTEES ............................... 69
COUNTY DEPARTMENTS ............................................................ 21
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COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS.................................................... 20
GOLF COURSE......................................................................... 87
GOVERNMENT
COUNTY OFFICIALS & DEPARTMENT
Administration ............................................................ 29
Aging & Disability Resource Center ............................ 30
Airport ......................................................................... 31
Child Support .............................................................. 32
Circuit Courts .............................................................. 33
Clerk ............................................................................ 34
Clerk of Circuit Court................................................... 35
Community Treatment Center .................................... 36
Corporation Counsel ................................................... 37
County Board .............................................................. 38
District Attorney.......................................................... 39
Executive..................................................................... 40
Facilities Management ................................................ 41
Golf Course.................................................................. 42
Health.......................................................................... 43
Highway ...................................................................... 44
Human Resources ....................................................... 45
Human Services .......................................................... 46
Information Services .................................................. 47
Land & Water Conservation........................................ 48
Library ......................................................................... 49
Medical Examiner........................................................ 50
Museum....................................................................... 51
N.E.W. Zoo................................................................... 52
Parks ........................................................................... 53
Planning ...................................................................... 54
Port and Solid Waste................................................... 55
Property Listing........................................................... 56
Public Safety Communications ................................... 57
Register of Deeds........................................................ 58
Sheriff.......................................................................... 59
Syble Hopp School ...................................................... 60
Treasurer..................................................................... 61
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UW-Extension ............................................................. 62
Veterans’ Service Office .............................................. 63
Zoning ......................................................................... 64
FEDERAL OFFICIALS ......................................................... 10
U.S. Senator Russ Feingold ......................................... 10
U.S. Senator Herbert Kohl........................................... 11
U.S. Representative Steve Kagen ............................... 11
STATE OFFICIALS.............................................................. 13
State Senator Alan Lasee ............................................ 13
State Senator Robert Cowles...................................... 13
State Senator David Hansen ....................................... 14
Representative Garey Bies.......................................... 14
Representative Ted Zigmunt ...................................... 14
Representative Al Ott.................................................. 15
Representative Phil Montgomery ............................... 15
Representative Thomas Nelson .................................. 15
Representative James Soletski ................................... 16
Representative John Nygren ...................................... 16
Representative Karl Van Roy ...................................... 16
LOCAL OFFICIALS
City of De Pere .......................................................... 100
City of Green Bay ...................................................... 102
Village of Allouez....................................................... 104
Village of Ashwaubenon ........................................... 106
Village of Bellevue..................................................... 108
Village of Denmark.................................................... 110
Village of Hobart ....................................................... 111
Village of Howard...................................................... 112
Village of Pulaski....................................................... 114
Village of Suamico..................................................... 116
Village of Wrightstown ............................................. 118
Town of Eaton ........................................................... 119
Town of Glenmore..................................................... 120
Town of Green Bay.................................................... 122
Town of Holland ........................................................ 123
Town of Humboldt .................................................... 124
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Town of Lawrence..................................................... 125
Town of Ledgeview ................................................... 126
Town of Morrison ...................................................... 128
Town of New Denmark ............................................. 130
Town of Pittsfield ...................................................... 131
Town of Rockland ..................................................... 132
Town of Scott ............................................................ 133
Town of Wrightstown ............................................... 135
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND .................................................... 137
Agriculture ...................................................................... 141
Courthouse...................................................................... 139
Education ........................................................................ 142
Green Bay Packers .......................................................... 143
Industries........................................................................ 140
Tourism/Recreation........................................................ 141
Transportation ................................................................ 142
Veterans .......................................................................... 144
JUDICIAL
COUNTY
Circuit Court Judges.................................................... 18
FEDERAL
U.S. Supreme Court..................................................... 12
U.S. District Court for Eastern District ........................ 12
STATE
State Supreme Court................................................... 17
State Court of Appeals, District III............................. 17
MARRIAGE INFORMATION .......................................................... 8
NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN ZOO ........................................... 86
ONEIDA TRIBE OF INDIANS OF WISCONSIN............................ 26
OPEN MEETINGS LAW.................................................................. 9
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PARK SYSTEM
Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve ...................................... 83
Bay Shore - Cecil Depeau Park ......................................... 83
Brown County Fairgrounds ............................................... 83
Brown County Park & Pet Exercise Area .......................... 83
Fonferek’s Glen ................................................................. 84
Lily Lake ............................................................................ 84
Neshota - Allen Dewane Park ........................................... 84
Pamperin Park................................................................... 84
Reforestation Camp .......................................................... 84
St. Francis Park ................................................................. 84
Suamico Boat Landing ...................................................... 85
Way-Morr Park.................................................................. 85
Wequiock Falls Park.......................................................... 85
Wrightstown Boat Landing ............................................... 85
RECREATIONAL TRAILS
Devil’s River State Recreational Trail ............................... 85
Fox River Trail ................................................................... 85
Mountain-Bay State Recreational Trail............................. 85
POLLING PLACES, VOTING HOURS.......................................... 145
SCHOOL DISTRICTS WITHIN BROWN COUNTY
Ashwaubenon School District ........................................... 88
Brillion Public School District............................................ 89
School District of Denmark ............................................... 90
Unified School District of De Pere..................................... 91
Green Bay Area Public School District .............................. 92
Howard-Suamico School District ...................................... 93
Kaukauna Area School District ......................................... 94
Luxemburg-Casco School District..................................... 95
Pulaski Community School District................................... 96
Reedsville School District.................................................. 97
West De Pere School District ............................................ 98
Wrightstown Community School District ......................... 99
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POPULATION ESTIMATES OF BROWN COUNTY
Per the WI Div. Of Housing and Intergovernmental Relations
October 10, 2009
Final
Census
1980
Final
Census
1990
Final
Census
2000
Final
Est.
2009
1,106
1,046
1,106
1,268
1,281
1,431
1,535
1,565
1,420
2,219
882
1,929
1,705
1,128
1,057
1,292
1,237
1,334
1,328
1,568
1,493
1,370
2,165
974
2,044
1,750
1,414
1,187
1,772
1,339
1,338
1,548
3,363
1,651
1,482
2,433
1,522
3,138
2,013
1,622
1,284
1,974
1,500
1,440
3,163
5,519
1,718
1,551
2,684
1,659
3,552
2,287
VILLAGES
Village of Allouez
Village of Ashwaubenon
Village of Bellevue
Village of Denmark
Village of Hobart
Village of Howard
Village of Pulaski
Village of Suamico
Village of Wrightstown
14,882
14,486
4,101
1,475
3,765
8,240
1,875
4,003
1,169
14,431
16,376
7,541
1,612
4,284
9,874
2,200
5,214
1,262
15,443
17,634
11,828
1,958
5,090
13,546
3,013
8,686
1,934
15,290
17,820
15,050
2,148
5,868
16,110
3,317
11,080
2,510
CITIES
City of De Pere
City of Green Bay
14,892
87,899
16,594
96,466
20,559
102,767
22,780
103,500
BROWN COUNTY TOTAL
175,280 194,594 226,658 245,426
Municipality
TOWNS
Town of Eaton
Town of Glenmore
Town of Green Bay
Town of Holland
Town of Humboldt
Town of Lawrence
Town of Ledgeview
Town of Morrison
Town of New Denmark
Town of Pittsfield
Town of Rockland
Town of Scott
Town of Wrightstown
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BROWN COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE
BY STATE STATUTES ISSUES ALL
BROWN COUNTY MARRIAGE LICENSES
APPLICATION CHECKLIST FOR MARRIAGE LICENSES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
PARENTAL CONSENT FORM IF 16-17 YEARS OF AGE
CERTIFIED COPY OF BIRTH CERTIFICATE
PHOTO ID, PROOF OF RESIDENCY(driver’s license, alien card
or passport) AND SOCIAL SECURITY CARD
PREVIOUS MARRIAGE – DEATH CERTIFICATE, FINAL
DIVORCE JUDGMENT, OR STATE ANNULMENT
DATE OF WEDDING, OFFICIANT’S NAME, AND COUNTY, CITY,
VILLAGE OR TOWN IN WHICH THE MARRIAGE WILL OCCUR
CORRECT SPELLING OF PARENTS’ LEGAL NAMES (maiden
name for mother)
$100 APPLICATION FEE IF APPLIED FOR 6 TO 30 DAYS
PRIOR TO WEDDING DATE; $125 CASH ONLY IF LICENSE IS
APPLIED FOR 0 TO 5 DAYS PRIOR TO WEDDING DATE ($100
APPLICATION FEE PLUS $25 WAIVER FEE.)
FORMS OF PAYMENT: CASH, LOCAL CHECKS, DEBIT CARDS
EXCEPT FOR “INTERLINK” (REFER TO BACK OF CARD), AND
CREDIT CARDS EXCEPT FOR “VISA”.
$60 TRANSPORTATION FEE (if applicable)
NO BLOOD TESTS REQUIRED.
The marriage license application process takes approximately 20-30
minutes to complete. For your convenience we are open during the noon
hour. However, if you are coming late afternoon, we ask that you arrive
no later than 4 p.m. in order to allow enough time for processing.
LEGAL NOTICE: If an applicant has a Social Security Number, it must be
provided on the Marriage License Application according to state law
(1997-98; ACT 191.)
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CALL THE
BROWN COUNTY CLERK’S OFFICE
(920) 448-4000
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THE WISCONSIN OPEN MEETINGS LAW
Because government belongs to the people, the Wisconsin
Open Meetings Law, found in sections 19.81 through 19.98 of the
Wisconsin Statutes, requires
that public business, with certain
exceptions, be conducted in public.
Under the law, all meetings of governmental bodies are
presumed to be open to the public unless the law specifically allows a
closed session. The county board, its committees, boards, commissions
and agencies are governmental bodies. There are several reasons
allowing a closed session (found in s.19.85, Wis. Stats.) The major
reasons are:
Considering punitive personnel action against an employee of
the body; evaluating performance, compensation, promotion or
employment of a public employee of the body; considering strategies
for crime prevention or detection; conducting public business (such as
purchasing property) where competitive or bargaining reasons require a
closed session; considering information related to personal, social,
medical or financial data of specific people where open discussion
might injure their reputations; conferring with the attorney for the body
to discuss litigation. Specific applications of these exemptions should
be discussed with legal counsel in advance.
The law requires that the public have notice of what will be
discussed at meetings. This requires advance preparation of an agenda
which gives a specific description of the matters to be discussed and
acted upon by the body. The agenda must be prepared at least 24 hours
before the meeting, except where urgent situations require less notice.
The law also forbids use of secret ballots except in certain
elections of offices. No body can convene privately to avoid the law –
any gathering of a majority of the body is presumed to be a meeting. No
body can meet in open session after going into closed session unless
prior written notice has been provided.
The basic rule of the open meetings law is: “access by the
public, to public business”. Where any closed sessions are contemplated,
care should be taken to assure the law is being followed.
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EXECUTIVE
President ................................................................ BARACK OBAMA
Vice President........................................................JOSEPH R. BIDEN
Cabinet
Attorney General ................................................ ERIC H. HOLDEN, JR.
Secretary of Agriculture ....................................... THOMAS J. VILSACK
Secretary of Commerce................................................. GARY F. LOCKE
Secretary of Defense ...............................................ROBERT M. GATES
Secretary of Education.................................................. ARNE DUNCAN
Secretary of Energy .......................................................... STEVEN CHU
Secretary of Health & Human Services ................KATHLEEN SEBELIUS
Secretary of Homeland Security .......................JANET A. NAPOLITANO
Secretary of Housing & Urban Development .....SHAUN L. S. DONOVAN
Secretary of Interior ..........................................KENNETH L. SALAZAR
Secretary of Labor ....................................................... HILDA L. SOLIS
Secretary of State.................................. HILLARY RODHAM CLINTON
Secretary of Transportation.............................. RAYMOND L. LA HOOD
Secretary of Treasury ..................................... TIMOTHY F. GEITHNER
Secretary of Veterans Affairs ....................................ERIC K. SHINSEKI
LEGISLATIVE
United States Senator
RUSSELL FEINGOLD (Dem) ...................................506 Hart Building
................................................................Washington, D.C. 20510-4904
...................................................................... Telephone: 202-224-5323
........................................................................ www.feingold.senate.gov
.................................................................................... 1640 Main Street
.................................................................... Green Bay, WI 54302-2639
...................................................................... Telephone: 920-465-7508
................................................................................FAX: 920-465-7729
EMAIL: [email protected]
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United State Senator
HERBERT KOHL (Dem)...........................................330 Hart Building
........................................................................ Washington, D.C. 20510
...................................................................... Telephone: 202-224-5653
................................................................................FAX: 202-224-9787
..............................................................................www.kohl.senate.gov
..............................................................4321 W. College Ave., Suite 370
...............................................................................Appleton, WI 54914
...................................................................... Telephone: 920-738-1640
................................................................................FAX: 920-738-1643
.................................................................. TOLL FREE: 1-800-247-5645
EMAIL: [email protected]
U. S. Representative, 8th District
STEVE KAGEN (Dem)................ 1232 Longworth House Office Building
....................................................................... Washington, D. C. 20515
..................................................................... Telephone: 202-225-5665
............................................................................... Fax: 202-225-5729
Internet Address: ................................................ www.kagen.house.gov
Green Bay Address: .................................................700 E. Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
..................................................................... Telephone: 920-437-1954
............................................................................... Fax: 920-437-1978
.................................................................. TOLL FREE: 1-800-773-8579
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JUDICIAL
U.S. SUPREME COURT
Official Address:
Supreme Court Chambers
1st Street, N. E.
Washington, D. C. 20543
JOHN G. ROBERTS, JR. ..........................................CHIEF JUSTICE
JOHN PAUL STEVENS
ANTONIN SCALIA
ANTHONY M. KENNEDY
CLARENCE THOMAS
RUTH BADER GINSBURG
STEPHEN G. BREYER
SAMUEL ANTHONY ALITO, JR.
SONIA SOTOMAYOR
U.S. DISTRICT COURT FOR EASTERN DISTRICT
OF WISCONSIN GREEN BAY DIVISION
U.S. District Court Clerk ................ 125 S. Jefferson Street, Suite 102
................................................................................... P O Box 22490
.................................................................... Green Bay, WI 54305-2490
...................................................................... Telephone: 920-884-3720
U.S. DISTRICT JUDGE .................................WILLIAM GRIESBACH
...................................................................... Telephone: 920-884-7775
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STATE GOVERNMENT
115 E. State Capitol
Madison, WI 53702
Telephone: 608-266-1212
EXECUTIVE
Governor ........................................................................ JIM DOYLE
Lt. Governor....................................................... BARBARA LAWTON
Secretary of State .........................................DOUGLAS LA FOLLETTE
State Treasurer...................................................DAWN MARIE SASS
Attorney General....................................................J. B. VAN HOLLEN
Superintendent of Schools ..............................................TONY EVERS
LEGISLATIVE
State Senators
ALAN J. LASEE (Republican) ......................................1st District
2259 Lasee Rd., De Pere, WI 54115
Telephone: 920-336-8830
P. O. Box 7882, Madison WI 53707-7882
Madison: 608-266-3512
Fax: 608-267-6792
E-Mail: [email protected]
Includes 1st, 2nd & 3rd Assembly Districts
ROBERT L. COWLES (Republican)
..........................2nd District
300 W. St. Joseph St., Green Bay, WI 54301
Telephone: 920-448-5092
P. O. Box 7882, Madison WI 53707-7882
Madison: 1-800-334-1465 (Toll Free) or 608-266-0484
Fax: 608-267-0304
E-Mail: [email protected]
Includes 4th & 5th Assembly Districts
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DAVID HANSEN (Democrat) ...................................... 30th District
920 Coppens Road, Green Bay, WI 54303
Telephone: 920-492-2200
P. O. Box 7882, Madison WI 53707-7882
Madison: 1-866-221-9395 (Toll Free) or 608-266-5670
Fax: 608-267-6791
E-Mail: [email protected]
Includes 88th, 89th & 90th Assembly Districts
Assembly
GAREY BIES (Republican) ..........................................1st District
2520 Settlement Road, Sister Bay, WI 54234
Telephone: 920-854-2811
P. O. Box 8952, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-482-0001 (Toll Free) or 608-266-5350
Fax: 608-282-3601
E-mail: [email protected]
TOWNS -- Green Bay, Humboldt, Scott Wards 1-4
CITY – Green Bay Ward 50
TED ZIGMUNT (Democrat)
...................................2nd District
P O Box 321, Francis Creek, WI 54214
Telephone: N/A
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0002 (Toll Free) 608-266-9870
Fax: 608-282-3602
E-mail: [email protected]
TOWNS – Eaton, Glenmore, Ledgeview,
New Denmark, Rockland, Wrightstown
VILLAGES – Bellevue, Denmark, Wrightstown
CITY – De Pere Wards 15-17
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ALVIN R. OTT (Republican).......................................... 3rd District
P.O. Box 112, W2168 Campground Road,
Forest Junction, WI 54123-0112
Telephone: 920-989-1240
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0003 or 608-266-5831
Fax: 608-282-3603
E-mail: [email protected]
TOWNS – Holland, Morrison
PHIL MONTGOMERY (Republican) .............................. 4th District
1305 Oak Crest Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313
Telephone: 920-496-5953
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0004 (Toll Free) or 608-266-5840
Fax: 608-282-3604
E-mail: [email protected]
VILLAGES -- Allouez, Ashwaubenon-Wards 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,
10,11,12
CITIES -- De Pere Wards 1-14, Green Bay-Ward 46
THOMAS NELSON (Democrat) ................................... 5th District
1510 Orchard Dr., Kaukauna, WI 54130
Telephone: 920-759-7404
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0005 (Toll Free) or 608-266-2418
Fax: 608-282-3605
E-mail: [email protected]
TOWN -- Lawrence
VILLAGES -- Ashwaubenon-Ward 9, 13-14; Hobart
CITIES: Green Bay, Wards 47,48,49
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JAMES SOLETSKI (Democrat).................................... 88th District
496 Menlo Park Road, Green Bay, WI 54302
Telephone: 920-468-5921
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0088 (Toll Free) or 608-266-0485
Fax: 608-282-3688
E-mail: [email protected]
TOWN – Scott Ward 5
CITY -- Green Bay - Wards 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12,
13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 , 21, 22, 23, 24, 26, . 27,
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JOHN NYGREN (Republican) ..................................... 89th District
N2118 Keller Rd., Marinette, WI 54143
Telephone: 715-330-5402
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0089 (Toll Free) or 608-266-2343
Fax: 608-282-3689
E-Mail: [email protected]
TOWN – Pittsfield
VILLAGES – Pulaski, Suamico—Wards 1,2,3,4,5,6,8,9,10
KARL VAN ROY (Republican) .................................... 90th District
805 Riverview Dr., Green Bay, WI 54303
Telephone: 920-662-0804
P. O. Box 8953, Madison WI 53708
Madison: 1-888-534-0090 (Toll Free) or 608-266-0616
Fax: 608-282-3690
E-mail: [email protected]
VILLAGES – Howard, Suamico Ward 7
CITIES -- Green Bay-Wards 25, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35,
37, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45
WEB SITE: www.legis.state.wi.us
HOT LINE: 1-800-362-9472
BROWN COUNTY AREA CODE: 920
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JUDICIAL
State Supreme Court
State Capitol, Madison
Term Expires
SHIRLEY S. ABRAHAMSON, CHIEF JUSTICE .............................2019
ANN WALSH BRADLEY ............................................................ 2015
N. PATRICK CROOKS .................................................................2016
DAVID T. PROSSER, JR. 2011
PATIENCE D. ROGGENSACK.................................................... 2013
ANNETTE KINGSLAND ZIEGLER.................................................2017
MICHAEL J. GABLEMAN ..............................................................2018
State Court of Appeals -- District III
2100 Stewart Avenue, Suite 310
Wausau, WI 54401
Telephone: (715) 845-6634
Term Expires
MICHAEL W. HOOVER, PRESIDING JUDGE.................. July 31, 2015
GREGORY A. PETERSON .............................................. July 31, 2011
EDWARD R. BRUNNER
.............................................. July 31, 2013
COOPERATIVE EDUCATIONAL
AGENCY NO. 7
(CESA #7)
Agency School Committee
595 Baeten Road
Green Bay, WI 54304
Telephone: 920-492-5960
Fax No.: 920-492-5965
Administrator.....................................................JEFFREY P. DICKERT
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JUDICIAL CIRCUIT COURTS
Circuit Court First Branch
Judge ......................................DONALD ZUIDMULDER (July 2015)
3RD Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4110
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4111
Circuit Court Second Branch
Judge .......................................... MARK WARPINSKI (July 2012)
2nd Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4112
Court Reporter
....................................................................448-4113
Circuit Court Third Branch
Judge ................................................. SUE E. BISCHEL (July 2016)
3rd Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4115
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4126
Circuit Court Fourth Branch
Judge ...............................................KENDALL KELLEY (July 2015)
3rd Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4116
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4117
Circuit Court Fifth Branch
Judge ............................................. MARC A. HAMMER (July 2015)
2nd Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4118
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4119
Circuit Court Sixth Branch
Judge ....................................................... J.D. MC KAY (July 2015)
2nd Floor, Courthouse ............................................................448-4120
Court Reporter .........................................................................448-4132
Circuit Court Seventh Branch
Judge ......................................... TIMOTHY HINKFUSS (July 2013)
2nd Floor, Courthouse ..............................................................448-4121
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4122
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Circuit Court Eighth Branch
Judge .................................... WILLIAM M. ATKINSON (July 2015)
3rd Floor, Courthouse ..............................................................448-4129
Court Reporter ......................................................................448-4128
Court Commissioners
1st Floor, Courthouse
448-4285
Family Court Commissioner .............................................Phoebe A. Mix
Court Commissioner ................................................. Christopher Paquet
Court Commissioner ............................................... Lawrence L. Gazeley
Court Commissioner ............................................................ Jane Sequin
Court Reporter ...............................................................Michelle Libert
Court Reporter ................................................................... Lisa Koenig
Secretary .....................................................................Kristi Bornhofer
Secretary ....................................................................... Lynn Orlowski
Register in Probate
1st Floor, Courthouse
448-4275
Register ....................................................................... James R. Queoff
District Court Administrator
Administrator............................................................................448-4281
Administrative Assistant ............................................................448-4280
District Court Reporter ..............................................................448-4362
COUNTY ELECTED OFFICIALS
CLERK ..................................................... DARLENE K. MARCELLE (Rep)
CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTS...............................LISA WILSON (Dem)
DISTRICT ATTORNEY .................................... JOHN ZAKOWSKI (Rep)
EXECUTIVE .....................................................TOM HINZ (Nonpartisan)
REGISTER OF DEEDS ..............CATHY LINDSAY WILLIQUETTE (Dem)
SHERIFF ...........................................................DENNIS KOCKEN (Rep)
TREASURER .................................................... KERRY BLANEY (Dem)
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ELECTED COUNTY OFFICIALS
AND DEPARTMENT HEADS
ELECTED OFFICIALS
BOARD CHAIRMAN, GUY ZIMA
2ND FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-6221
E-MAIL: N/A
448-4015
CLERK, DARLENE K. MARCELLE
1ST FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4016
FAX:
448-4498
E-MAIL: [email protected]
CLERK OF COURTS, LISA WILSON
LOWER LEVEL, COURTHOUSE
FAX:
448-4156
E-MAIL: [email protected]
DISTRICT ATTORNEY, JOHN ZAKOWSKI
3RD FLOOR, LAW ENFORCEMENT
FAX:
448-4189
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-4155
448-4190
EXECUTIVE, TOM HINZ
6TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4001
FAX:
448-4003
E-MAIL: [email protected]
REGISTER OF DEEDS, CATHY LINDSAY WILLIQUETTE
2ND FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4470
FAX:
448-4449
E-MAIL: [email protected]
SHERIFF, DENNIS KOCKEN
1ST FLOOR, LAW ENFORCEMENT
FAX:
448-4206
E-MAIL: [email protected]
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448-4201
TREASURER, KERRY BLANEY
1ST FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-6341
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-4074
COUNTY DEPARTMENTS
ADMINISTRATION DIRECTOR, ELLEN C. SORENSEN
5TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4035
FAX:
448-4036
E-MAIL: [email protected]
AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CTR, SUNNY ARCHAMBAULT
300 S. ADAMS STREET, 54301 448-4300
FAX:
448-4306
E-MAIL:
[email protected]
ARENA/EXPOSITION HALL/RESCH CENTER,
CORA HALTAUFDERHEID, Chief Operating Officer
E-MAIL: [email protected]
405-1157
TICKET SALES:
1-800-895-0071
FAX:
494-6868
AIRPORT, DIRECTOR, TOM MILLER
2077 AIRPORT DRIVE, 54313
FAX:
498-8799
E-MAIL: [email protected]
498-4800
CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY, JACKIE SCHARPING
4TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING 414-615-2588
FAX:
448-4101
EMAIL: [email protected]
COMMUNITY TREATMENT CENTER, MARY B. JOHNSON
3150 GERSHWIN DRIVE, 54311
391-4700
FAX:
391-4870
E-MAIL: [email protected]
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COMMUNITY TREATMENT CENTER, OUT PATIENT,
KEVIN LUNOG
3150 GERSHWIN DRIVE 54311
391-6940
FAX:
391-4886
E-MAIL: [email protected]
CORPORATION COUNSEL, JOHN LUETSCHER
6TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4006
FAX:
448-4003
E-MAIL: [email protected]
COURT COMMISSIONERS
1ST FLOOR, COURTHOUSE
FAX:
448-4287
E-MAIL: N/A
448-4285
DOCUMENT CENTER, JOHN MACHNIK
BASEMENT, SOPHIE BEAUMONT
448-4073
FAX:
448-4064
E-MAIL: [email protected]
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT, CULLEN PELTIER
3028 CURRY LANE, 54311
FAX:
391-7406
E-MAIL: pelt[email protected]
FACILITY MANAGEMENT, BILL DOWELL
2ND FLOOR, SOPHIE BEAUMONT
FAX:
448-4054
E-MAIL: [email protected]
391-7430
448-4055
FINANCE, CAROLYN MARICQUE
5TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4046
FAX:
448-4036
E-MAIL: [email protected]
GOLF COURSE, SCOTT ANTHES
897 RIVERDALE DR, ONEIDA 54155
FAX:
497-7819
E-MAIL: [email protected]
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497-7819
HEALTH DEPARTMENT, JUDY FRIEDERICHS
610 S BROADWAY, 54303
448-6400
FAX:
448-6449
E-MAIL: [email protected]
HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT, BRIAN LAMERS
2198 GLENDALE AVE., 54303
FAX:
434-4576
E-MAIL: [email protected]
662-2163
HUMAN RESOURCES, DEBBIE KLARKOWSKI
6TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4065
FAX:
448-6277
E-MAIL: [email protected]
HUMAN SERVICES, BRIAN A. SHOUP
1ST FLOOR, SOPHIE BEAUMONT
FAX:
448-6166
E-MAIL: [email protected]
INFORMATION SERVICES, ROBERT HEIMANN
5TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-6266
E-MAIL: [email protected]
INTERNAL AUDITOR, SARA J. PERRIZO
2ND FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-6221
E-MAIL: [email protected]
LAND & WATER CONSERVATION, BILL HAFS
1150 BELLEVUE STREET 54302
FAX:
391-4617
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-6000
448-4032
448-4014
391-4620
LIBRARY, LYNN STAINBROOK
515 PINE ST., 54301
448-4400
FAX:
448-4364
E-MAIL: [email protected]
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MEDICAL EXAMINER, ALAN G. KLIMEK
2ND FLOOR, LAW ENFORCEMENT CTR.
FAX:
448-4186
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-4185
N.E.W. ZOO, NEIL ANDERSON
4418 REFORESTATION ROAD 54313
434-7814
FAX:
434-4162
x105
E-MAIL: [email protected]
NEVILLE PUBLIC MUSEUM, EUGENE UMBERGER
210 MUSEUM PLACE, 54303
448-7843
FAX:
448-4458
E-MAIL: [email protected]
PARK DIRECTOR, BILL DOWELL
Rm. 220, SOPHIE BEAUMONT BLDG.
FAX:
448-4054
E-MAIL: [email protected]
PLANNING DIRECTOR, CHUCK LAMINE
3RD FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-4487
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-6242
448-6480
PORT AND SOLID WASTE, CHUCK LARSCHEID
(Recycling Center)
2561 S BROADWAY, 54304
492-4950
FAX:
492-4957
E-MAIL: [email protected]
PROPERTY LISTER, JIM WALLEN
3RD FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-4487
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-6480
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS, KARL FLEURY
3028 CURRY LANE, 54311
391-7401
FAX:
391-7406
E-MAIL: [email protected]
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PURCHASING, CHERYL CORBEILLE
5TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-4048
FAX:
448-4036
E-MAIL: [email protected]
REGISTER IN PROBATE, JAMES R. QUEOFF
1ST FLOOR, COURTHOUSE
FAX:
448-6208
E-MAIL: [email protected]
RISK MANAGER, BARB WEST
5TH FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-4036
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-4275
448-6298
SYBLE HOPP HANDICAPPED SCHOOL, BARBARA NATELLE
755 SCHEURING, DE PERE 54115
336-5754
FAX:
336-7262
E-MAIL: [email protected]
UW-EXTENSION, JUDY KNUDSEN
1150 BELLEVUE ST., 54302
391-4610
FAX:
391-4617
E-MAIL: [email protected]
VETERANS SERVICE OFFICER, JERRY POLUS
3rd FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
FAX:
448-4322
E-MAIL: [email protected]
448-4450
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR, WILLIAM BOSIACKI
3RD FLOOR, NORTHERN BUILDING
448-6480
FAX:
448-4487
E-MAIL: [email protected]
BROWN COUNTY GOVERNMENT
GENERAL INFORMATION LINE
920-448-4000
BROWN COUNTY AREA CODE: 920
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ONEIDA TRIBE OF INDIANS
OF WISCONSIN
ADDRESS:................................................... N7210 Seminary Road
MAILING ADDRESS:................................................. P. O. BOX 365
........................................................... Oneida, WI 54155
Telephone: ......................................................................869-2214
Toll Free Number: ................................................... 800-236-2214
Fax Number:....................................................................869-2194
WEBSITE: ................................................. www.oneidanation.org
ONEIDA BUSINESS COMMITTEE
Chairman .............................................................RICHARD G. HILL
..............................................................Telephone: 869-4374
..............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Vice Chairman ..........................................................KATHY HUGHES
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4428
........................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer ......................................................CRISTINA DANFORTH
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4354
......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Tribal Secretary ......................................................PATRICIA HOEFT
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4475
........................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Council Member.............................................. EDWARD J. DELGADO
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4415
....................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Council Member........................................... MELINDA J. DANFORTH
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4461
....................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
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Council Member........................................ RON “TEHASSI” HILL, JR.
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4311
..............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Council Member................................................. BRANDON STEVENS
.............................................................Telephone: 869-4378
.........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Council Member............................................................. TRISH KING
..............................................................Telephone: 869-4426
..............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
ONEIDA POLICE DEPARTMENT..............................Telephone: 869-2239
ONEIDA COMMUNITY LIBRARY .............................Telephone: 869-2210
ONEIDA NATION MUSEUM ....................................Telephone: 869-2959
HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT .......................Telephone: 496-7000
The following services are available to everyone living within
the service area. Please call for details.
Oneida Nation Social Services.................................Telephone: 490-3700
............................................Toll Free Number: 888-490-2457
Center for Self Sufficiency ......................................Telephone: 490-6800
W-2, Food share, Medical Assistance, Energy Assistance
Elderly Services .....................................................Telephone: 869-2448
Head Start.............................................................Telephone: 869-4369
Women, Infants & Children (WIC)..........................Telephone: 869-4829
Community Education Center .................................Telephone: 490-7860
Oneida Nation Utilities Department.........................Telephone: 497-5806
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BROWN COUNTY
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of Brown County government is to provide our citizens with a
high level of responsible and efficient public services that support the
health and well being of our residents.
PHILOSOPHY
Working in county government requires a committed way of life, one
which is dedicated to continually seeking ways to improve the services we
provide to our community.
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ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENT HEAD...................................... ELLEN C. SORENSEN
EMAIL: .................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4035
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4036
LOCATION: ............................................... Northern Building - 5th Floor
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Administration Department is responsible for centralized financial and
budgetary management, and purchasing functions. The department
provides centralized financial management and accounting services
consistent with federal and state laws and Governmental Accounting
Standards Board pronouncements.
As part of the budgetary management function, the department is
responsible for preparation of the annual budget, capital improvements
bonding plan, administrative policies and various special purpose analyses
and reports. As part of the financial management function, necessary
financial information is provided to the County Executive, departments,
County Board and various boards, commissions and committees to aid in
policy making. Accounting activities include preparation of financial
reports and audits, maintenance of the books (general ledgers, accounts
payable, etc.), indirect cost allocation and bonding. Purchasing provides
centralized purchasing capabilities for all departments as well as facilitates
the proposal and bid process to ensure contracts are awarded to the
vender or firm that will provide the best value for the taxpayer’s dollar.
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AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER
DEPARTMENT HEAD:............................. SUNNY L. ARCHAMBAULT
EMAIL: ................. [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4300
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4306
LOCATION: ...................................... Aging & Disability Resource Center
..........................................................................300 South Adams Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Aging and Disability Resource Center (ADRC) provides information,
assistance and advocacy on issues affecting older people, adults with
disabilities, and their families. Information, advice and access to a wide
variety of services is provided in a welcoming and accessible
environment. Assistance is also available to help arrange and coordinate
community resources needed to maintain independence.
In addition, the ADRC provides benefits counseling on private and
government benefits and programs. Staff can help determine eligibility,
assist with applications and other paperwork, and advocate on behalf of
consumers if a benefit is denied.
Four permanent Add Life Centers (Green Bay, De Pere, Pulaski, and
Denmark) serve as the focal points for the delivery of prevention,
educational, and social programs. The nutrition program provides hot
noon meals five days per week at nine meal sites and home-delivered
meals are available to the homebound. The Resource Center recruits,
screens, and matches workers to provide persons with non-medical, inhome services on a fee-for-service basis.
The ADRC serves as a clearinghouse of information about long-term care
and maintains a comprehensive data base of services available in our
community. To access this information and to learn more about the
ADRC, please go to our website at www.adrcofbrowncounty.org.
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AIRPORT
DEPARTMENT HEAD...................................................TOM MILLER
EMAIL: ....[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:......................................................................... 498-4800
COUNTY CENTREX:......................................................................4900
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................498-8799
LOCATION: .................................... Austin Straubel International Airport
.................................................................... 2077 Airport Drive, Suite 18
..........................................................Green Bay, Wisconsin 54313-5596
As the third largest airport in the State of Wisconsin, Brown County
Austin Straubel International Airport operates a 24 hour, 365 day a year
operation. As such, the airport is a key ingredient to northeastern
Wisconsin’s economic growth and quality of life. The airport provides job
opportunities for over 2,000 people and contributes over $120-million
annually into the region’s economy. The airport is strictly a self-funded
enterprise fund, with a $11.1 million operating budget that has no impact
on the county tax levy.
Austin Straubel International Airport serves the citizens and business
community of Brown County and Northeast Wisconsin by operating the
facilities necessary to support commercial and general aviation activities.
The airport is currently served by six airlines with worldwide connections
through four major cities. In addition, the airport is host to a multitude of
support businesses such as parking facilities, car rental agencies,
restaurant/lounge, fixed base operators, gift shops, air freight companies
and custom brokerage.
Austin Straubel International Airport is also a regional base of operations
for the Transportation Security Administration serving the upper one-third
of Wisconsin. Additionally, the airport is a U.S. Customs Port of Entry,
capable of handling international regulated garbage.
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CHILD SUPPORT AGENCY
DEPARTMENT HEAD:......................................JACKIE SCHARPING
E-MAIL:............................................. [email protected]
TELEPHONE:...................................................................414-615-2588
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4101
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 450
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Child Support Agency is to provide
services to custodial, non-custodial parents and dependent children in
establishing paternity, when necessary, and establishing and enforcing
child support and medical support orders. As part of those functions, the
agency locates absent parents and reviews orders to ensure compliance
with federal and state guidelines. The millions of dollars the child support
program collects each year, directly benefits the children and families of
Brown County and provides a savings for taxpayers.
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CIRCUIT COURTS
PRESIDING JUDGE: ........................................ JUDGE J. D. McKAY
EMAIL: .......................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4120
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4133
LOCATION: ...................................2nd Floor, Brown County Courthouse
........................ 100 South Jefferson Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Circuit Court system is to hear and
determine, within the Brown County circuit, all civil and criminal actions
and proceedings unless exclusive jurisdiction is given to some other court.
The purpose of the Court Commissioners, appointed by the Circuit
Judges, is to aid in minimizing court delays by handling certain cases as
directed by the Judges. The purpose of the Register in Probate,
appointed by the Circuit Judges, is to maintain records and provide
information and counsel to attorneys and individuals involved in probate
matters. (FOR A LIST OF BROWN COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT JUDGES, GO
TO PAGES 19-20.)
The Circuit Court Commissioners assist the judiciary by handling criminal,
traffic, small claims, juvenile and mental health hearings, and serve as
Assistant Family Court Commissioners. The Family Court Commissioner
handles family court matters including divorce, abuse injunctions, and
child support enforcement.
The Register in Probate fulfills its mission and serves the Probate Court
and the public by accomplishing several major functions. The Office
maintains all records for the court, prepares records for the Court of
Appeals and advises the Director of State Courts of all record statistics.
The Department schedules matters before the court with concise
information regarding the issues involved; issues orders for hearings; and
takes testimony of witnesses under oath for proof of heirship and wills.
As the focal point for all adult and juvenile alcoholic, mental health and
drug commitments, the office prepares necessary documentation and
schedules hearings. Attorneys and the public are advised regarding
Probate matters and changes in estate, trust and guardianship. The office
also audits and approves/disapproves all guardianship, conservatorship
and trust annual accountings and currently supervises the maintenance of
states, commitments, guardianships and conservatorships, and trusts.
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CLERK
DEPARTMENT HEAD:.................................DARLENE K. MARCELLE
EMAIL: ..................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4016
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4498
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 120
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Clerk is to perform services for the
public, including conducting elections, issuing and the distribution of
Federal, state and county licenses and permits, publish annually the
Brown County Directory, and supports the County’s government
information line. The County Clerk also serves the County Board by
assuring completion of necessary support functions. The County Clerk
is responsible for conducting county, state, and national elections to
include: publishing of legal notices; filing of nomination papers; coding,
printing, and distributing ballots; tabulating, canvassing and releasing
election results; and storing and maintaining election records, supplies,
and ballots. The County Clerk’s Office also maintains the statewide
voter registration records to comply with the federal HAVA Act. The
County Clerk’s Office acts as an agent for the Department of State,
accepting applications for U.S. passports. Marriage licenses/Domestic
Partnerships are issued to include obtaining confidential information,
and the collection and payment of funds as necessary. In conjunction
with the Treasurer’s Office, the County Clerk issues logging permits for
Brown County.
Dog licenses are received and distributed to
municipalities, as an agent of the state, to include the distribution of
forms and the generation of reports. The County Clerk’s Office also
issues golf passes and certificates for the Brown County Golf Course;
issues boat launch permits and work permits for minors; issues
emergency alarm permits; and receives and opens bids for Brown
County projects. In addition, the County Clerk serves the County
Board by recording and publishing the County Board proceedings,
assuring compliance with open meeting and record laws, and
maintains files of legal papers and other documents. The Clerk’s Office
provides numerous other auxiliary services, as required by law, to all
constituencies internal and external to Brown County including annual
payments for the upkeep of Veterans’ Graves to Cemetery
Associations.
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CLERK OF CIRCUIT COURTS
DEPARTMENT HEAD:................................................ LISA WILSON
EMAIL: ............................................................ [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4160
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4156
LOCATION: ..............................Brown County Courthouse - Lower Level
...................................................................... 100 South Jefferson Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Clerk of Circuit Courts office is responsible for the administrative
management of Brown County’s Circuit Courts and Commissioner’s
Courts, except the Probate Branch. The Clerk of Circuit Courts is
organized around seven areas of law; criminal, traffic, family, small
claims, civil, juvenile, and paternity. The office provides support
services for the court actions relating to the above, specialized areas.
This Department also manages the courts’ jury system, financial
functions, and maintains the court files. Statutory functions include court
clerk staffing, opening, closing, and archiving files, issuing court
directives, receipting fines, fees, and forfeitures, docketing records,
minutes and orders, and servicing the public, in person, and by
telephone.
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COMMUNITY TREATMENT CENTER
YOUTH SHELTER CARE
HOSPITAL & NURSING HOME ADMINISTRATOR ..........................
..........................................................................MARY B. JOHNSON
E-MAIL:.................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................391-4700
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-4870
LOCATION: ............................................. Community Treatment Center
.................................... 3150 Gershwin Dr., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
SHELTER CARE SUPERINTENDENT......................... JIM HERMANS
E-MAIL:.[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................391-4625
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-4628
LOCATION: .............2980 St. Anthony Dr., Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
The Brown County Community Treatment Center is a County operated
and State licensed inpatient psychiatric hospital and nursing home.
Admissions to the Nursing Home may be arranged by calling the Center
during weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Emergency protective
placements are accepted at all times via legal process.
Emergency hospital admissions are screened by the Family Services Crisis
Center at 436-8888.
Adults may be admitted for hospital care, pursuant to State law.
Consultation to other area nursing homes is available also. The facility
commonly has an average census of 80, in two different licenses.
Brown County Shelter Care is a County operated State licensed facility
providing unlocked shelter for area youths. This is a 24 hour facility.
Children of middle school or high school age are admitted who have
histories of running away, family or legal problems. An intake worker
must first screen and provide an authorization according to State
standards. Intake workers are accessed at 448-6035 or the Crisis Center
during nights and weekends. Supervision and planning for permanent
services are begun at the Shelter Care. This is a temporary care facility.
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CORPORATION COUNSEL
DEPARTMENT HEAD:......................................... JOHN LUETSCHER
E-MAIL:..................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4006
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4003
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 680
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Corporation Counsel is to advise and
represent the county in all civil, administrative, and regulatory matters,
including labor relations. Additionally, Corporation Counsel represents the
public in mental commitments, protective service matters, guardianships
for county hospital patients, and certain juvenile matters.
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COUNTY BOARD
CHAIRMAN/DEPARTMENT HEAD: ..............................GUY ZIMA
EMAIL:......................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE: ....................................................................448-4015
FAX NUMBER: ..................................................................448-6221
WEBSITE: ........................................................ www.co.brown.wi.us
LOCATION: ............................................ Northern Building, 2nd Floor
.......................................................................... 305 E. Walnut Street
...............................................................Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The legislative body of the County is the Board of Supervisors, which
consists of 26 members who are elected by districts to a two-year term
in even number years. From its members, the Board elects a Chair and
a Vice-Chair as officers of the County Board. There are six standing
committees: Executive; Administration; Public Safety; Human Services;
Education and Recreation; and Planning, Development and
Transportation. Several subcommittees exist within each of the
standing committees.
Through the Internal Audit function, the County Board provides
financial and program evaluations to assure cost-effective and efficient
use of available resources.
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DISTRICT ATTORNEY
DEPARTMENT HEAD:...................................... JOHN P. ZAKOWSKI
EMAIL: .........[email protected]da.wi.gov
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4190
FAX NUMBER-2nd FLOOR:.....................................................448-6382
FAX NUMBER-3rd FLOOR: .....................................................448-4189
LOCATION: ............................... Brown County Law Enforcement Center
........................................................................... 300 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The District Attorney's Office provides a range of services including:
prosecution,
investigation,
extradition,
victim/witness
services,
education/advice, and representation of county or state agencies in
various proceedings. Regarding prosecution, the Office prosecutes adult
criminal violations; noncriminal violations of the county code; juvenile
delinquent matters; all criminal traffic offenses and noncriminal traffic
citations issued by the State Patrol or Brown County Sheriff. The
Victim/Witness Program assists victims and witnesses by providing
notification of court dates, gathering information for restitution, referring
victims to appropriate agencies, and advising victims and witnesses
regarding case disposition. The Office is available 24 hours per day to
advise law enforcement agencies in an emergency and also provides
education on an ongoing basis regarding the current status of criminal
law. State or county agencies are represented by prosecuting violations
regarding natural resources, liquor laws, unemployment compensation
fraud, welfare fraud, election/open meeting law violations, wage claims
and consumer protection violations.
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EXECUTIVE
DEPARTMENT HEAD:..................................................... TOM HINZ
EMAIL: ........................................ [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4001
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4003
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 680
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The County Executive is the chief executive officer and chief elected
official of the County. As such, the Executive is responsible for the
administration and management of the County. The Executive appoints
and supervises department heads; appoints members to boards and
committees; represents the interests of the County at the local, state and
federal level; and prepares and submits an annual County budget to the
Board for review. The Executive’s office also collaborates with County
departments, local officials, and the general public to further the interests
of the County; provides legislative research support; addresses
constituent concerns; and promotes the County through positive
representation at community events. There are currently 29 County
departments employing approximately 1,600 individuals with a budget of
over $290 million annually.
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FACILITY MANAGEMENT
DEPARTMENT HEAD:................................................ BILL DOWELL
EMAIL: ..[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4055
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4054
LOCATION: ................................. Sophie Beaumont Building, Room 220
........................................................................... 325 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
WEBSITE: .............................www.co.brown.wi.us/facility_management
The purpose of the Brown County Facility and Park Management
Department is to provide a safe, efficient environment for the
administration and operation of the County’s programs and services by
utilizing the most efficient and cost-effective management practices,
preserving and extending the useful life of county facilities, and providing
the highest quality and value to the County’s stakeholders.
The Brown County Facility and Park Management Department provides
facility services to Brown County buildings (encompassing over 1.4 million
square feet) and their respective grounds. Major services of the
Department include:
facility planning and engineering, project
management, emergency management, climate control, preventive
maintenance, repair and emergency service, housekeeping, contracted
services, grounds and parking lot maintenance, vehicle maintenance,
signage, building security and lock services, mail, records management
and copy center services. These services are monitored through a
computerized facilities management program to assure control of
priorities and efficient labor use. In addition, to these services, the
department provides consultation to other department heads and
program directors, and manages major construction/renovation projects
with architects and contractors.
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GOLF COURSE
DEPARTMENT HEAD:..........................................SCOTT P. ANTHES
EMAIL: ........................................................ [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................497-7819
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................497-7819
LOCATION: ...................................................Brown County Golf Course
.................................................................................897 Riverdale Drive
....................................................................... Oneida, Wisconsin 54155
TEE TIMES: ............................................................................497-1731
The purpose of the Brown County Golf Course is to plan, develop, and
maintain the Golf Course thereby providing recreational opportunities for
the public. The Golf Course is an 18-hole course consisting of nearly 200
acres. It was rated by Golf Digest as one of the top 9 Municipal Courses
in the country and rated as one of the top 25 public golf courses in the
state by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Featuring a new 8,000 square
foot clubhouse with an improved bar and grill operated by Safari Steak
House at the Brown County Golf Course (497-8862) and a new and
improved Pro Shop (497-1731).
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HEALTH
DEPARTMENT HEAD:...................................... JUDY FRIEDERICHS
EMAIL: ................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6400
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-6449
LOCATION: ................................................................City of Green Bay
.....................................................................................610 S. Broadway
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
The purpose of the Brown County Health Department is to encourage
and promote individual and community health and well being for persons
who live, work or visit in Brown County. The Brown County Health
Department provides services relating to:
communicable disease
surveillance and control, prevention of chronic disease/disability,
maternal/child health promotion, immunizations, management of
environmental hazards, licensing and inspection visits, laboratory services
and public health emergency preparedness. Laboratory services include
tests related to licensed establishments, well and surface water sampling
and testing of public swimming pools. Additionally, public health services
include advocating for sound public health policy to promote optimal
health and well being of individuals and the environment.
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HIGHWAY
DEPARTMENT HEAD:............................................. BRIAN LAMERS
EMAIL: ......................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................662-2163
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................434-4576
LOCATION: .................................... Brown County Highway Department
............................................................................ 2198 Glendale Avenue
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
The purpose of the Brown County Highway Department is threefold.
First, the Department constructs and maintains the county trunk highway
system for the safe, convenient, and efficient movement of vehicles
within Brown County. Second, the Department provides good quality,
cost-effective roadway maintenance and construction services to the
State of Wisconsin and local municipalities for state highways and local
road systems. Finally, the Department plans, programs, and implements
necessary county trunk highway improvements to efficiently
accommodate increased traffic demands generated from area growth,
and to enhance economic development and new job growth in Brown
County.
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HUMAN RESOURCES
DEPARTMENT HEAD:.................................. DEBBIE KLARKOWSKI
EMAIL: [email protected]own.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4065
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-6277
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 620
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Human Resources Department of Brown County works to provide a
variety of services to Brown County employees and to the general public.
The department helps administer the employment-related policies and
procedures of Brown County. Chief among these are the policies relating
to fair employment, equal opportunity, and the provision of a workplace
free from harassment.
The Human Resources Department coordinates the recruitment,
selection, and orientation of new talent into the Brown County
organization.
The department serves as a resource to managers and other employees
in the areas of training, development, and performance management.
The Human Resources Department also manages the negotiation and
administration of labor agreements where applicable.
The Human Resources group maintains and administers a variety of
policies and procedures, including those related to pay administration,
benefits, leaves of absence, and employee records.
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HUMAN SERVICES
COMMUNITY PROGRAMS; EMPLOYMENT &
ECONOMIC SUPPORT
DEPARTMENT HEAD:........................................... BRIAN A. SHOUP
EMAIL: ..[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6000
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-6166
EMAIL: .......................................... [email protected]
LOCATION: .....................................Sophie Beaumont Building, 1st Floor
.........................111 North Jefferson Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS.......................... VACANT
BUDGET & FINANCE MANAGER ............................... TIM SCHMITT
EMPLOYMENT AND ECONOMIC SUPPORT
MANAGER ...................................................... JENNY HOFFMAN
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6460
LOCATION: ...................................................Sophie Beaumont Building
..............................111 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Human Services Department provides a variety of assessment,
treatment, rehabilitation, and related case management services to
persons in need. Program eligibility varies according to state and federal
guidelines involving service needs, income, and level of care. Individuals
or families requiring assistance with protective services, juvenile justice,
developmental disabilities, mental illness, drug or alcohol treatment, or
infirmities of aging may request assistance.
The department also provides eligibility determinations for Medicaid,
employment services and other forms of economic assistance. All
economic support including child care, food stamps, and non-nursing
home MA is administered at 111 N. Jefferson Street, Green Bay,
Wisconsin 54301
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INFORMATION SERVICES
DEPARTMENT HEAD:.................................... ROBERT J. HEIMANN
EMAIL: ...................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4032
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-6266
LOCATION: ..................................................Northern Building, 5th Floor
...............................................................................305 E. Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Information Services (IS) Department is responsible for technological
investments across Brown County involving computers and related
hardware devices, software, technology services and telecommunications.
As part of the technology management function, strategic project insight
is provided to the County Executive, County Board, departments and
committees to allow for wise use of Brown County finances and resources
on initiatives involving technology. Support of the Brown County staff
computers and the library public use computers is performed by the IS
Department. The IS Department maintains a WIFI public internet
network accessible in most county office locations, libraries and airport.
There is also a private fiber optic cable network connecting many of
Brown County locations consisting of 31 miles of cable that is managed
as part of the local area network. A unified communications network
consisting of voice, data and video is maintained by the IS Department.
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LAND AND WATER CONSERVATION
DEPARTMENT HEAD:..........................................WILLIAM C. HAFS
EMAIL: ....[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................391-4620
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-4617
LOCATION: ......................Land & Water Conservation Office, Room 140
............................................................................... 1150 Bellevue Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302
The purpose of the Brown County Land & Water Conservation
Department is to administer state agriculture non-point pollution
standards and prohibitions and county ordinances that protect surface
and groundwater. The Land & Water Conservation Department provides
technical, financial, and planning assistance to landowners in Brown
County.
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LIBRARY
DEPARTMENT HEAD:...................................... LYNN STAINBROOK
EMAIL: ....[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4400
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4376
LOCATION: ..........................................................Brown County Library
....................................................................................... 515 Pine Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Winner of the state and national “Library of the Year” awards, Brown
County Library is known for its creative community service as a center
of information, education and enrichment for all ages. The library helps
ensure that all area residents have access to a magnitude of resources:
books, magazines, newspapers, DVDs, CDs, databases and other
materials on many topics and viewpoints; high-speed Internet computer
stations and assistance in using them; free Wi-Fi; cultural and educational
events; consumer information; story times for ages 0-5 and families; a
summer reading program for children, teens and adults; year-round
activities to encourage a love of books and reading; and information and
tools on a full range of topics including gardening, home repairs, current
events, entrepreneurship, financial planning, job searching, local history,
genealogy and more. The library also serves as the Recycling Hotline for
Brown County and a 4-1-1 Plus Site.
Approximately 80% of households in Brown County have a current
Brown County Library card which can be used at the Central Library in
downtown Green Bay, eight branch libraries (east and southwest Green
Bay, Ashwaubenon, Denmark, De Pere, Howard, Pulaski and
Wrightstown) and Bookmobile.
The public can call the library’s Reference and Information Services (920448-4400) with questions on anything – business, grammar, history,
community services and more or email Ask-A-Librarian through the
library’s website: www.browncountylibrary.org.
LIBRARY HOURS – CALL 448-4400
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MEDICAL EXAMINER
DEPARTMENT HEAD:............................................ALAN G. KLIMEK
EMAIL: ........................................................ [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4185
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4186
LOCATION: ....................................Law Enforcement Center, Room 201
...............................................................................300 E. Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Medical Examiner is to investigate all
deaths which are considered suicidal,
accidental,
homicidal,
unexplained, unusual, suspicious, those where a physician is not
available or will not sign a death certificate, and in those deaths where
cremation is to be the final disposition of the corpse. Disinterment of a
corpse for any reason must also be authorized by the Medical
Examiner’s Office. All death certificates issued in Brown County are
screened by the Medical Examiner’s Office for compliance with final
disposition and proper and accepted cause and manner of death.
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MUSEUM
DEPARTMENT HEAD:......................................EUGENE UMBERGER
EMAIL: ................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-7843
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4458
WEBSITE: .............................................. www.nevillepublicmuseum.org
LOCATION: .........................................................Neville Public Museum
.................................................................................. 210 Museum Place
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54303
The Neville Public Museum of Brown County, Wisconsin, preserves the
history and culture of the region by collecting objects of art, history, and
science. The museum, through innovative exhibits and programming, is
dedicated to expanding knowledge, stimulating thought, and encouraging
imagination.
The Museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums.
MUSEUM VISITATION HOURS:
Sunday: 12:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Monday and Tuesday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Wednesday: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Thursday, Friday, and Saturday: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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N.E.W. ZOO
DEPARTMENT HEAD:........................................... NEIL ANDERSON
EMAIL: .................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................434-7841
VISITOR CENTER:.................................................................434-7841
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................434-4162
WEBSITE: .................................................................. www.newzoo.org
LOCATION: .....................................................4418 Reforestation Road
.............................................................................Green Bay, WI 54313
Accredited by the American Zoo and Aquarium Association, the NEW Zoo
is a 43 acre facility which features 92 exhibits with over 215 live animals.
The zoo is one of only 7 AZA accredited zoos in the country that does not
receive local or regional tax support toward operating expenses.
From a visitor perspective, the facility is divided into several themed areas
which include the North American Plains, Wisconsin & Northern Trails,
Africa, Australia, a Children’s Zoo and an Education Building. Hop on
board the KC Stock Safari Train which meanders through the walkways of
the facility and offers a leisurely way to navigate the zoo. Don’t miss the
chance to tame any one of the animals on the Endangered Species
carousel either. The new Mayan “Taste of the Tropics” Restaurant
features fabulous food and panoramic views of the Zoo. Check out the
newly expanded “Paws & Claws” Gift shop for that “wild” shopping
experience.
Easy access to information about the zoo can be found on the extensive
zoo website located at www.newzoo.org which boasts a 24 hour, 7 day
per week live web cam. And, get the latest ‘zoo scoop’ by viewing the
weekly live broadcasting done thru Fox 11’s “What’s New at the Zoo” live
morning news segments. Additionally, the zoo is proud to host a full
year-round schedule of annual special events.
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PARKS
DEPARTMENT HEAD:................................................ BILL DOWELL
EMAIL: ..[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6242
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4054
24-HOUR PARK INFORMATION LINE .................................448-4466
WEBSITE: ................................................... www.co.brown.wi.us/parks
LOCATION: ................................ Sophie Beaumont Building - Room 220
........................................................................... 325 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Brown County Facility and Park Management Department operates
18 parks, recreation, and natural areas comprised of over 3,600 acres.
These include the Reforestation Camp, Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve
and Fort Howard Paper Foundation Wildlife Area, Brown County Park,
Suamico Boat Landing, Brown County Fairgrounds, Pamperin Park,
Wrightstown Boat Landing, Way-Morr Park, Lily Lake Park, Neshota Allan
De Wane Park, Fonferek’s Glen, Wequiock Falls County Park, Bay Shore
Cecil De Peau County Park, St. Francis Park, and the Brown County
portions of the Fox River, Devil’s River and Mountain-Bay State
Recreational Trails.
Facilities include campgrounds, boat landings,
interpretive centers, disc golf, playgrounds, pet exercise area, picnic
areas, rental shelters and rifle range. The park system has 22 miles of
mountain bike trails, 26 miles of equestrian trails, 44 miles of cross
country ski trails, 20 miles of hiking and interpretive trails, 34 miles of
State recreational trails and 192 miles of snowmobile trails located
throughout the county. The department also oversees lease agreements
for the Triangle Winter Sports Area, National Railroad Museum and
Arena/Expo/Resch Center properties.
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PLANNING
DEPARTMENT HEAD:............................................. CHUCK LAMINE
EMAIL: ........................................................ lamine_cf @co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6480
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4487
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 320
................................. 305 E. Walnut Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Within the Planning and Land Services Department, the Planning Division
undertakes planning activities in six general categories: Transportation
includes all urban and rural transportation planning. As the Metropolitan
Planning Organization (MPO) for the Green Bay urbanized area, staff
works with the urbanized area communities, county highway and WI DOT
to plan the area’s motor vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian system. The
MPO also acts as the planning staff of the Green Bay Transit System.
Local Assistance includes assistance to municipalities for comprehensive
planning, zoning ordinances, zoning and official maps, area development,
recreation plans, interpretation of ordinances and advice regarding
planning issues. Natural Resources includes administration of various
regulatory and non-regulatory environmental programs and providing
education, information and assistance to officials, citizens, surveyors,
realtors, and developers.
Specific duties include erosion control,
stormwater management, environmentally sensitive area identification,
public sanitary sewer extension and service areas, open space and
outdoor recreation planning. Land Use includes administering the county
subdivision and platting regulations. In addition, staff serves as an
objecting agency for subdivision plats within cities and develops Area
Development Plans, erosion control and stormwater plans and the land
use recommendations in the Brown County Comprehensive Plan – A
Vision for Great Communities.
Economic Development includes
coordination of the Brown County Economic Development Loan Program
and Wisconsin Department of Commerce economic development loans.
Land Information Office (LIO) using Geographic Information Systems
(GIS) provides land records data and mapping to many state, local and
federal agencies as well as many private businesses and the public.
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PORT and SOLID WASTE
(Materials Recycling Center)
DEPARTMENT HEAD:................................CHARLES J. LARSCHEID
EMAIL: ...................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................492-4950
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................492-4957
LOCATION: .......................................Materials Recyclying Facility (MRF)
............................................................................. 2561 South Broadway
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54304
The purpose of the Port and Solid Waste Department is to plan and assist
in Port of Green Bay harbor improvements for commercial navigation,
and to promote economic development and job creation along the
waterfront. It also meets the solid waste disposal and recycling needs of
local communities and businesses through operation of facilities that
provide landfilling, dredged material drying/disposal, regional recyclable
container processing and regional household hazardous waste collection
and processing and landfill gas to energy production. It also administers
programs such as household sharps collection and disposal, waste tire,
appliance and lead acid battery salvaging.
The Solid Waste Board and the Harbor Commission form policy for the
Port and Solid Waste Department through appointed non-compensated
members.
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PROPERTY LISTING
MANAGER:..................................................................JIM WALLEN
EMAIL: ......................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6480
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4487
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 320
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Within the Planning and Land Services Department, the purpose of the
Brown County Property Listing Division is to process the documents that
affect land boundary location, title interest and extents, and property
taxation status so land interest can be identified, listed, mapped,
assessed, and taxed; to preserve and maintain the Public Land Survey
System (PLSS) and the records thereof, and provide technical and/or
professional assistance to the public concerning issues related to land
ownership or location.
The Property Listing Division’s function is to carry out statutory duties to
create and maintain a current property listing file and mapping system
which accurately displays the ownership, mailing address, taxing status,
geographic location, enclosed area, and a map of every tax parcel of land
within the County. The department also carries out the statutory duties
to maintain the Public Land Survey System and file, index and maintain
the survey and monument records within the County for retrieval
purposes.
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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER
DEPARTMENT MANAGER: ........................................ KARL FLEURY
E-MAIL:...[email protected]co.brown.wi.us
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................391-7401
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-7406
LOCATION: ................................................................. 3028 Curry Lane
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
The Department of Public Safety Communications provides Brown County
Emergency Communication Services and Emergency Management to all
citizens and public safety field officers in Brown County. The provision of
public safety communications originates from citizen initiated calls for
service or public safety field personnel requests for information and
response. The department provides the information flow between
citizens who are in need of public safety emergency and non-emergency
assistance and those who respond to those needs. We also provide
proactive planning and local government assistance in the protection of
lives, property, and the environment in time of natural and man-made
disasters.
This department is obligated to operate the recognized Public Safety
Answering Point for 9-1-1 service in Brown County 24 hours a day, 7
days a week. This organization is charged with providing the staffing,
services and solutions to meet the common communication and data
needs of all public safety agencies in Brown County. The department
manages the voice radio networks and consoles, telephone answering
consoles, data radio network and software, dispatch software, voice
logging and other integral public safety communications information
systems. This department is also obligated, through the Emergency
Management Office, to ensure the effective planning and continued
operation of Brown County and all its community in the event of
emergency situations through countywide disaster planning and
emergency command operations.
The coordination of personnel,
equipment and networks to provide these services countywide is the
focus of this organization.
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REGISTER OF DEEDS
DEPARTMENT HEAD:....................CATHY LINDSAY WILLIQUETTE
EMAIL: ................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4470
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4449
WEB PAGE: .....................................................www.co.brown.wi.us/rod
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 260
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The purpose of the Brown County Register of Deeds is to provide official
record keeping for all real estate, personal property, and vital statistics
and to provide a convenient and public place where valuable documents
can be filed and/or recorded. Regarding real estate, the Department
records and/or files and indexes: all documents that affect ownership of
real estate, power of attorney, federal tax liens, plats, certified survey
maps, and other miscellaneous instruments. The Department also
maintains a tract index of all documents making reference to any of the
over 98,000 parcels of land in Brown County. Brown County's vital
statistics are recorded by the Register of Deeds to include all births,
deaths and marriages. The vital statistics section also files and records
military discharge records for veterans.
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SHERIFF
DEPARTMENT HEAD:...........................................DENNIS KOCKEN
EMAIL: ....................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4200
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4206
LOCATION: .....................................Law Enforcement Center - 1st Floor
........................................................................... 300 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
JAIL DIVISION........................................................... 3030 Curry Lane
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54311
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................391-6801
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-6802
The Brown County Sheriff’s Department fulfills its mission by providing
patrol, investigative, court, jail and administrative services. The Patrol
services provide protection for the life and property of all citizens and
enforce traffic regulations throughout Brown County. Through police
service contracts, the Patrol Division of the Brown County Sheriff’s
Department provides police services to the Villages of Allouez,
Bellevue, Howard and Suamico. The Investigative Division function
involves all levels of criminal investigation for both adults and juveniles.
This Division includes photo/identification officers and the school
liaison program. The Jail Division provides a safe, secure, and humane
environment for all individuals confined to the custody of the jail. The
Support Services Division provides court security, warrants, inmate
transportation, and oversees the civil process officers and data
management for the department. Through the Professional Standards
Division, all of the department’s training needs are provided, and
policies and procedures throughout the department are kept current.
This division includes internal affairs, pre-employment investigations
for Sheriff’s personnel and oversight of the Drug Abuse Resistance
Education (DARE) Program. The Administrative Division oversees
various administrative matters such as the Drug Task Force, record
keeping, Brown/Outagamie Bomb Squad and the Emergency Response
Unit.
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SYBLE HOPP SCHOOL
DEPARTMENT HEAD:................................... BARBARA B. NATELLE
EMAIL: ........[email protected]new.rr.com
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-2817
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................336-7262
LOCATION: .............................................................. Syble Hopp School
................................................................................755 Scheuring Road
......................................................................De Pere, Wisconsin 54115
The purpose of the Syble Hopp School programming for children with
disabilities is to provide educational settings and deliver services to
students with developmental disabilities (cognitive and early childhood
disabilities) from three to twenty-one years of age residing in the school
districts served (Ashwaubenon, Denmark, De Pere, Howard/Suamico,
Pulaski, West De Pere, Wrightstown). Programming will place emphasis
on the identified needs of the special population resulting in a selfconfident student who has grown and developed into a productive
member of the community. Local educational agencies are responsible
for the provisions of educational services and programs to children with
disabilities who reside within their school districts, per Wisconsin
Administrative Code Public Instruction 11, Wisconsin Statute 115 and
Federal Law Individuals with Disabilities Education Act. The Brown
County Children with Disabilities Education Board (BCCDEB) may
collaboratively provide programming and administrative supervision.
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TREASURER
DEPARTMENT HEAD:.........................................KERRY M. BLANEY
EMAIL: ....................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4074
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-6341
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 160
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Brown County Treasurer provides for the orderly collection,
disbursement, and recording of all monies received or disbursed by the
county. The County Treasurer is also charged with maintaining records
of transactions affecting taxes and the safekeeping of all county funds
including the investment of those funds as prescribed by the County
Board. The Brown County Treasurer's Office provides three major
activities. First, in accordance with state statute, the Office keeps records
of all monies appropriated and disbursed regarding: general property
taxes, bail, fines or forfeitures imposed by the courts for violation of state
laws or county/municipal ordinances, fish and game fees, boat launch
fees, and all other monies received by the County. Second, the County
Treasurer is charged with the safekeeping of all county funds and invests
such funds consistent with state statute and County Board policy. The
Office maintains property tax records and is responsible for the collection
of property taxes.
The Treasurer handles transactions affecting
delinquent taxes and foreclosures.
The County Treasurer's Office
provides information and services to local municipal governments,
treasurer's assessors, clerks, and to the public.
The office also provides tax/assessment records and parcel maps
information on the internet. This information can be accessed on the
County website: www.co.brown.wi.us Select Land Records Information
and follow the instructions.
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U.W. EXTENSION
DEPARTMENT HEAD:.............................................JUDY KNUDSEN
EMAIL: ...................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:......................................................................... 391-4610
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................391-4617
LOCATION: ..........................................................U.W. Extension Office
............................................................................... 1150 Bellevue Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302
The Brown County UW-Extension Office provides information, education
and research. Major programs focus on Family Living, Agriculture,
Horticulture, and 4-H/Youth Development. The Family Living program is
intended to identify and address the concerns and needs of families and
provides educational programs on nutrition and food safety, human
development, and family financial management. Programs in Agriculture
focus on dairy, forage crops, farm business management and pesticide
use and training. The Horticulture program provides information and
education to homeowners and the commercial horticultural industry. The
4-H/Youth Development program involves Brown County youth in
learning life-long skills, experimental learning, and leadership
development for youth ages 5-19.
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VETERANS' SERVICE OFFICE
DEPARTMENT HEAD:......................................... GERALD E. POLUS
EMAIL: ........................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-4450
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4322
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 300
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
The Veterans' Service Office aims to aid Veterans, and their dependents
and beneficiaries, in securing the wide range of V.A. benefits, to which
they are entitled, as efficiently and courteously as possible. The office
assists in obtaining benefits by advising persons on possible remedies
available through the Veterans' Administration or the Wisconsin
Department of Veterans' Affairs, by obtaining necessary public records
and supporting evidence, filing appropriate forms with benefit agencies,
and follow-up and maintenance of a file. The Office administers the
county's fund to provide aid to needy veterans. Finally, as part of its
service, the Office provides information and referral as necessary to assist
in obtaining remedies available through other resources.
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ZONING
MANAGER:......................................................WILLIAM BOSIACKI
E-MAIL:..................................................... [email protected]
TELEPHONE:..........................................................................448-6480
FAX NUMBER:........................................................................448-4487
LOCATION: ............................................. Northern Building - Room 320
........................................................................... 305 East Walnut Street
.................................................................. Green Bay, Wisconsin 54301
Within the Planning and Land Services Department, the purpose of the
Brown County Zoning Division is to promote public health, safety and
welfare, protect the environment and maintain high-quality surface and
subsurface water for all Brown County residents. This is monitored via
good land-use practices in the unincorporated areas and also by contract
with the Village of Bellevue. Proper sanitary disposal of private sewage is
monitored countywide.
To fulfill its mission, the Zoning Division is authorized to issue sanitary
and shoreland permits to assure conformance with code requirements.
Sanitary permits control all private onsite wastewater treatment systems
(POWTS) while shoreland permits control shoreland/floodplain/wetland
use.
The Division assists citizens with concerns and investigates
complaints as necessary. The Division also administers and issues
permits for the non-metallic mining reclamation program to ensure
compliance with State code.
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MEMBERS OF THE BROWN COUNTY
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
2010
GUY ZIMA ........................................................................... CHAIRMAN
1121 12th Avenue, Green Bay, WI 54304 ...................................499-3614
............................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
MARY SCRAY........................................................ VICE CHAIRPERSON
1018 Coggins Court, Green Bay, WI 54313...............................662-1362
....................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Supervisory Districts
Telephone
1....City of Green Bay, W1-5, Town of Scott W5
MARK TUMPACH (2010) 3380 Sonata Drive,
Green Bay, WI 54311 ..............................................288-0362
............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
2....City of Green Bay, W6-9
THOMAS DE WANE (2006) 2535 Delwood Drive,
Green Bay, WI 54302 ..............................................465-7803
...................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
3....City of Green Bay, W10-13
ANDY NICHOLSON, (2002) 800 Venus Drive,
Green Bay, WI 54311 ..............................................465-3564
4....City of Green Bay, W14-17
TONY THEISEN,(1984-1994, 2004) 931 S Baird Street,
Green Bay, WI 54301 ..............................................433-9331
............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
5....City of Green Bay, W18-21
JACK KRUEGER, (1994-2002, 2004) 2001 Basten St.,
Green Bay, WI 54302 ..............................................437-3163
..................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
6....City of Green Bay, W22-25
DANIEL W. HAEFS, (1992) 1917 Smith Street,
Green Bay, WI 54302 ..............................................432-0069
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7....City of Green Bay, W26-29
BERNIE ERICKSON, (2004) 868 Dousman Street,
Green Bay, WI 54303 ..............................................497-9006
............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
8....City of Green Bay, W30-33
JESSE BRUNETTE, (2008) 1027 Spence Street,
Green Bay, WI 54304 ..............................................497-8808
................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
9....City of Green Bay, W34-37
GUY ZIMA, (1976) 1121 Twelfth Avenue,
Green Bay, WI 54304 ..............................................499-3614
............................................................ [email protected]
10...City of Green Bay, W38-41
PATRICK EVANS, (2002) 1692 Nancy Avenue,
Green Bay, WI 54303 ..............................................494-5224
..................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
11...City of Green Bay, W42-45
JOHN VANDER LEEST, (2002) 1422 Beech Tree Drive,
Green Bay, WI 54304 ..............................................737-0999
........................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
12...City of Green Bay, W46-49
PATRICK BUCKLEY, (2010) 3266 West Point Road,
Green Bay, WI 54313 ..............................................371-0755
...........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
13...Towns of Eaton, Green Bay, Humboldt, Scott W1-4, New Denmark
W3, Village of Bellevue-W10 and City of Green Bay W50
NORBERT DANTINNE, JR. (2004) 5250 Finger Road,
Green Bay, WI 54311 ..............................................863-6323
............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
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14...Village of Allouez, W5-9
PAT LA VIOLETTE, (2006) 337 Ridgeview Terrace,
Green Bay, WI 54301 ..............................................632-7142
............................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
15...Village of Allouez, W1-4; and portion of Village of Bellevue-W2-3
CAROLE ANDREWS (2008) 415 Beaupre Street
Green Bay, WI 54301 ..............................................437-8289
.......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
16...Village of Bellevue-W1, 4-9
DAVE KASTER, (2006) 3008 Monroe Road,
De Pere, WI 54115 ..................................................336-0221
.....................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
17...Village of Denmark, Towns of Ledgeview, Rockland, Glenmore W1
and New Denmark W1-2, and City of De Pere W15-17
VICKY VAN VONDEREN, (2010) 2645 Bildings Drive,
De Pere, WI 54115 ..................................................983-9775
................................. EMAL: [email protected]
18...City of De Pere, W1-4, 8-9
KRIS SCHULLER, (2010) 110 Zita Street,
De Pere, WI 54115 .................................................246-5401
.......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
19...City of De Pere, W5-7,10,13-14
MIKE FLECK, (2000) 1402 Charles Street,
De Pere, WI 54115 ..................................................336-3766
................................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
20...Village of Wrightstown, Village of Hobart-W7, Towns of Holland,
Morrison, Wrightstown and portions of Towns of Glenmore-W2,
and Lawrence-W1-2
WILLIAM M. CLANCY, (1988) 7226 Old Highway 57,
Greenleaf, WI 54126................................................532-4752
.........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
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21...Village of Ashwaubenon, W1-6
PATRICK WETZEL, (2007) 2143 Hilltop Drive,
Ashwaubenon, WI 54313.........................................676-9084
.............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
22...Village of Ashwaubenon, W7-12
PATRICK MOYNIHAN, JR., (1998-2005, 2009)
2444 Babcock Road, Green Bay, WI 54313...............544-8322
.................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
23...Village of Howard, W1-6,8,10-13
MARY SCRAY, (2004) 1018 Coggins Court,
Green Bay, WI 54313 ..............................................662-1362
....................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
24...Village of Howard-W7, Village of Hobart-W1-6,
Village of Ashwaubenon-W13-14, Town of Lawrence-W3,
and City of De Pere-A3-W11-12
TIM CARPENTER, (2010) 4749 Sol Court,
Oneida, WI 54155 ...................................................865-4343
........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
25...Village of Suamico and portion of Town of Pittsfield-W4
THOMAS LUND, (2002) 2091 Magy Lane,
Green Bay, WI 54313 ..............................................662-2355
...............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
26... Village of Pulaski and portions of Village of Howard-W9, 14-16 .. and
Town of Pittsfield-W1-3
STEVEN FEWELL, (2002) 550 Glenbrook Drive,
Pulaski, WI 54162....................................................655-3733
................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
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BROWN COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS
STANDING COMMITTEES
2010-2012
ADMINISTRATION COMMITTEE – 4th Thursday of month
5:30 p.m., Room 200, 305 E. Walnut St.
Tom Lund, Chair; Jack Krueger, Vice Chair;
Kris Schuller, Tony Theisen, Mark Tumpach
EDUCATION & RECREATION COMMITTEE –1st Thursday of month
Room 200, 305 E. Walnut St. - 5:30 p.m.;
Other Locations - 6:00 p.m.
Jesse Brunette, Chair; Tim Carpenter, Vice Chair;
Bill Clancy, John Vander Leest, Vicky Van Vonderen
FACILITY MASTER PLAN SUBCOMMITTEE -- Thursday, following
County Board Meeting. 5:15 p.m.; Room 201, 305 E. Walnut
Street
Jack Krueger, Chair; Carole Andrews, Vice Chair; Bill Clancy;
Mike Fleck; Pat Wetzel
HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE – 4th Wednesday of month
5:30 p.m., Room 200, 305 E. Walnut St.
Pat Evans, Chair; Carole Andrews, Vice Chair; Steven Fewell,
Patricia La Violette, Patrick Moynihan, Jr., Jesse Brunette
PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT & TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE -4th Monday of month. Approximately 7:30 p.m. (May-Oct.);
Approximately 6:30 p.m. (Nov.-Apr.). Meeting follows Land
Conservation Sub Committee. Ag & Extension Center,
1150 Bellevue Street, Room 161
Bernie Erickson, Chair; Mike Fleck, Vice Chair; Dan Haefs,
Dave Kaster, Norbert Dantinne
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LAND CONSERVATION SUBCOMMITTEE – 4th Monday of month
7:00 p.m. (May-Oct.); 6:00 p.m. (Nov.-Apr.); Ag & Extension
Center, 1150 Bellevue Street, Room 161
Norbert Dantinne, Chair; Dave Kaster, Vice Chair; Mike Fleck,
Bernie Erickson, Dan Haefs, Norbert Vande Hei
PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE – 1st Wednesday of month
5:30 p.m., Room 200, 305 E. Walnut St.
Tom De Wane, Chair; Andy Nicholson, Vice Chair;
Dave Kaster, Tim Carpenter, Patrick Buckley
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE – Monday, the week preceding the County
Board Meeting
6:30 p.m., Room 200, 305 E. Walnut St.
Mary Scray, Chair; Guy Zima, Vice Chair; Tom Lund,
Jesse Brunette, Bernie Erickson, Pat Evans, Tom De Wane
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BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT
Term Expires
Charles Karnopp ................................................................June 30, 2012
Allan Duchateau ................................................................June 30, 2010
Bill Ullmer .........................................................................June 30, 2011
Richard Huxford ................................................................June 30, 2012
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMMITTEE
Term Expires
Dewayne Reese........................................................ December 31, 2008
Patty Hoeft............................................................... December 31, 2008
Judy Friederichs........................................................ December 31, 2008
Christopher Paquet ................................................... December 31, 2007
Marvin Rucker .......................................................... December 31, 2007
Fred Graves.............................................................. December 31, 2007
Kari Ness ................................................................ December 31, 2007
AGING & DISABILITY RESOURCE CENTER BOARD
Term Expires
Donajane Brasch ...................................................... November 30, 2010
Keith Pamperin......................................................... November 30, 2011
Pat Finder-Stone....................................................... November 30, 2012
Grace Aanonsen ....................................................... November 30, 2012
Bill Clancy ................................................................ November 30, 2010
Pat Cochran.............................................................. November 30, 2010
Libby Miller............................................................... November 30, 2012
Vacant
................................................................ November 30, 2009
Steve Daniels ........................................................... November 30, 2010
Thomas Diedrick....................................................... November 30, 2011
Judy Parrish ............................................................. November 30, 2011
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BAY-LAKE REGIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION
Term Expires
Bill Clancy ......................................................................... April 30, 2010
BAY WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT AREA
Tom Hinz ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
COMMUNITY OPTIONS PLANNING COMMITTEE
Term Expires
Shirley Richardson .................................................... December 31, 2013
Kristine Robb............................................................ December 31, 2013
Jean O’Leary ............................................................ December 31, 2010
Vacant
................................................................ December 31, 2007
Helen Desotell .......................................................... December 31, 2013
Sunny Archambault .................................................. December 31, 2012
Patricia Hickey .......................................................... December 31, 2012
Chua Xiong............................................................... December 31, 2012
Darlene Marcelle....................................................... December 31, 2013
Vacant
................................................................ December 31, 2009
Wendy Bjorlin........................................................... December 31, 2012
CONDEMNATION COMMISSIONERS
(Judicial Appointment)
Term Expires
Stephen Holden.......................................................... February 28, 2011
Ronald Venci .............................................................. February 28, 2011
Ron Mann .................................................................. February 28, 2011
Tom Brick .................................................................. February 28, 2009
John Durkee............................................................... February 28, 2009
Patrick Dwyer ............................................................. February 28, 2009
Tom LaPlant............................................................... February 28, 2010
Daniel Cassidy ............................................................ February 28, 2010
Dave Suemnick........................................................... February 28, 2010
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE COORDINATING BOARD
Term Expires
Dennis Kocken................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jim Arts ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Andy Nicholson.................................................................. Co-Terminous
Pat Evans ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Judge Kendall Kelley .......................................................... Co-Terminous
John Zakowski................................................................... Co-Terminous
Henry Schultz .................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jayme Sellen ..................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jack Jadin ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Don Hein ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Mark Quam ....................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jed Neuman...................................................................... Co-Terminous
Timothy Mc Nulty ..................................................... December 31, 2011
Lisa Wilson ............................................................... December 31, 2011
Jeffrey Jazgar ........................................................... December 31, 2009
Lesley Green ............................................................ December 31, 2011
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
REVOLVING LOAN FUND
Ron Van Straten......................................................................... None
Robert Patrickus......................................................................... None
Lynn Vanden Langenberg ........................................................... None
George Speaker ......................................................................... None
Rick Johnson ............................................................................. None
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EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES COUNCIL
Term Expires
Tim Carpenterl. ..................................................................May 31, 2012
Carol Andrews ....................................................................May 31, 2012
Tom Bayer .........................................................................May 31, 2008
Larry Connors.....................................................................May 31, 2008
Ken Johnson.......................................................................May 31, 2008
Al Klimek ..........................................................................May 31, 2008
Tom Pannke.......................................................................May 31, 2008
Jocko Zifferblatt..................................................................May 31, 2008
Chris Sorrells ......................................................................May 31, 2008
Chester (Cal) Lintz ..............................................................May 31, 2010
Eric Peterson ......................................................................May 31, 2010
Terrence Timmerman .........................................................May 31, 2010
Ann Peggs..........................................................................May 31, 2012
Robert Kiser .......................................................................May 31, 2010
Tom Madigan .....................................................................May 31, 2008
Mary Remiker .....................................................................May 31, 2008
Kris VerVaeren....................................................................May 31, 2010
Mark Wallace......................................................................May 31, 2010
Dawn Wolfcale ...................................................................May 31, 2008
Joseph Krause ....................................................................May 31, 2008
Jennifer Gerdmann .............................................................May 31, 2010
Bonnie Parrott ....................................................................May 31, 2008
Paul Casey .........................................................................May 31, 2010
Jim Nickel ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Cullin Peltier ...................................................................... Co-Terminous
EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES IN HOUSING COMMISSION
Term Expires
Steve Taylor ...................................................................... April 30, 2014
Wa Yia Thao...................................................................... April 30, 2010
Beverly Schoen.................................................................. April 30, 2011
Vacant
......................................................................... April 30, 2011
Keith Pamperin.................................................................. April 30, 2012
Richard Aicher ................................................................... April 30, 2010
Thomas Diedrick................................................................ April 30, 2009
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ETHICS BOARD
Term Expires
Andy Nicholson.................................................................. Co-Terminous
Neil Anderson.................................................................... Co-Terminous
Polly Roeser .......................................................................May 31, 2008
Thomas Sladek...................................................................May 31, 2009
Rod Goldhahn ....................................................................May 31, 2010
Alem Asres Ph.D. ...............................................................May 31, 2010
FARM DRAINAGE BOARD COMMISSIONERS
(Judicial Appointment)
Term Expires
Warren L. Jadin .................................................................June 20, 2008
Bill Ullmer .........................................................................June 20, 2009
Carl Vanden Avond ............................................................June 20, 2010
GREEN BAY METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT
Term Expires
Kathryn Hasselblad-Pascale....................................... December 31, 2011
Denise Scheberle ...................................................... December 31, 2012
Tom Meinz ............................................................... December 31, 2013
Chris Zabel ............................................................... December 31, 2009
Daniel Alesch ........................................................... December 31, 2012
HANDICAPPED CHILDREN’S EDUCATION BOARD
Term Expires
Scott King .........................................................................June 30, 2010
Kelli Prast .........................................................................June 30, 2010
Bill Clancy .........................................................................June 30, 2008
Mary J. Greenlaw...............................................................June 30, 2009
Jerry Van Sistine................................................................June 30, 2009
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HARBOR COMMISSION
Term Expires
Neil McKloskey....................................................................May 31, 2012
Henry Wallace ....................................................................May 31, 2012
Ron Antonneau ..................................................................May 31, 2012
Bernie Erickson...................................................................May 31, 2013
William Martens..................................................................May 31, 2010
John Gower........................................................................May 31, 2011
Tom Klimek ........................................................................May 31, 2011
Craig Dickman ....................................................................May 31, 2011
John Hanitz ........................................................................May 31, 2013
BOARD OF HEALTH
Term Expires
Dr. Jay Tibbetts ........................................................ December 31, 2011
Joe Van Deurzen ...................................................... December 31, 2010
Mary Scray ............................................................... December 31, 2010
Patricia Bacelis-Leon ................................................. December 31, 2011
Harold Pfotenhauer................................................... December 31, 2012
Audrey Murphy......................................................... December 31, 2012
Don Murray .............................................................. December 31, 2010
HOUSING AUTHORITY
Term Expires
Tom Diedrick..................................................................... April 30, 2010
Michael W. Welch .............................................................. April 30, 2012
Paul Kendle ....................................................................... April 30, 2008
Richard Aicher ................................................................... April 30, 2010
Darlene Hallet.................................................................... April 30, 2009
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HUMAN SERVICES BOARD
Term Expires
Dottie Schoenleber ............................................................ April 30, 2010
Helen Smits....................................................................... April 30, 2011
Allison Draheim ................................................................. April 30, 2011
JoAnn Graschberger .......................................................... April 30, 2011
Paula Geishart ................................................................... April 30, 2011
Craig Huxford .................................................................... April 30, 2013
Carole Andrews ................................................................. April 30, 2012
Bill Clancy ......................................................................... April 30, 2013
Tom Lund ......................................................................... April 30, 2010
Maria Zehren..................................................................... April 30, 2010
Susan Hyland .................................................................... April 30, 2011
LAND INFORMATION OFFICE BOARD
Term Expires
Kerry Blaney...................................................................... Co-Terminous
Bill Bosiacki ...................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jim Nickel ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Tammy Castonia................................................................ Co-Terminous
Tom Hermsen ................................................................... Co-Terminous
Vacant-Brown County Administration Rep. ........................ Co-Terminous
Chuck Lamine.................................................................... Co-Terminous
Norb Dantinne, Jr. ............................................................ Co-Terminous
Dorothy Erickson ...................................................... December 31, 2010
Ray Smith ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Bob Heimann .................................................................... Co-Terminous
Pat Ford ......................................................................... Co-Terminous
Jim Wallen ........................................................................ Co-Terminous
Cathy Williquette ............................................................... Co-Terminous
Bill Boyle ................................................................ December 31, 2010
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LIBRARY BOARD
Term Expires
Tony Theisen ........................................................... December 31, 2010
Dr. Terry Watermolen............................................... December 31, 2010
Denise Bellmore ....................................................... December 31, 2010
Monica Golomski....................................................... December 31, 2012
Paul Kegel ............................................................... December 31, 2008
John Hickey.............................................................. December 31, 2011
Christopher Froelich.................................................. December 31, 2012
Kathy Pletcher .......................................................... December 31, 2012
Carla Buboltz ............................................................ December 31, 2012
LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE (LEPC)
Karl Van Roy .................................................................... Dennis Kocken
Cullen Peltier .........................................................................Paul Gazdik
Steve Marique .....................................................................Eric Peterson
Ron Hieronimczak.................................................................. Tom Ginter
Pat Goffredsen ......................................................................Steve Pelch
Anne Johnson.......................................................................... Larry Gille
Dave Catalano .................................................................... Judy Gregory
Rebecca Lesperance ............................................................. Leon Engler
Sue Engler .......................................................................... Mike Schoen
Ed Olsen ........................................................................ Michael Moore
Tim Decker........................................................................ Tim O’Connor
Mark Thiry..............................................................................Bob Goplin
Jeff Roemer.................................................................... Judy Friederichs
Steve Johnson .........................................................................Bill Marotz
Tim Decker.........................................................................Jason Moeller
Emery Coonen.......................................................... Mark VandenHeuvel
Tom Collins .................................................................... Tim Rasmussen
Vacant
....................................................................................Vacant
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MUSEUM BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Term Expires
Kevin Kuehn ............................................................. December 31, 2010
Jesse Brunette.......................................................... December 31, 2012
Kyle Hoops............................................................... December 31, 2010
Robert Jossie............................................................ December 31, 2012
Kramer Rock ............................................................ December 31, 2012
Pat Wetzel................................................................ December 31, 2010
Adam Warpinski ....................................................... December 31, 2010
NEW ZOO ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Term Expires
Paul Soquet......................................................................... May 1, 2009
Kathleen Hoppe................................................................... May 1, 2008
Jeffrey Beinlich .................................................................... May 1, 2008
Dr. Donald Burno................................................................. May 1, 2009
Dr. Tracey Gilbert ................................................................ May 1, 2008
Dr. Samuel Vainisi................................................................ May 1, 2008
John Blazei ......................................................................... May 1, 2009
Vacant
........................................................................... May 1, 2009
Glen Uphill........................................................................... May 1, 2008
Judy Krawczyk..................................................................... May 1, 2009
Nick Evgenides .................................................................. Co-Terminous
Kathy Johnson..................................................................... May 1, 2008
Mary Scray .......................................................................... May 1, 2008
Vacant
........................................................................... May 1, 2009
NEWCAP BOARD
Term Expires
Adam Warpinski .............................................................. April 30, 2008
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NICOLET FEDERATED LIBRARY BOARD
Term Expires
Sandy Rycxkowski .................................................... December 31, 2011
Christopher Wagner.................................................. December 31, 2011
Gina Reinardy........................................................... December 31, 2011
Paul Kegel ................................................................ December 31, 2008
Steve Nervegna........................................................ December 31, 2009
Rod Ryan ................................................................ December 31, 2010
Mary Scray ............................................................... December 31, 2010
Denise Bellmore ....................................................... December 31, 2010
PLANNING COMMISSION
Term Expires
Bill Clancy ........................................................................... May 1, 2011
Bernie Erickson.................................................................... May 1, 2012
Mike Fleck ........................................................................... May 1, 2010
Paul Blindauer ..................................................................... May 1, 2010
Michael Soletski ................................................................... May 1, 2012
Dotty Juengst ...................................................................... May 1, 2012
Vacant
........................................................................... May 1, 2007
James Botz.......................................................................... May 1, 2012
Phillip Hilgenberg................................................................. May 1, 2012
Steve Grenier ...................................................................... May 1, 2010
Ron DeGrand ................................................................. March 1, 2012
Pat Kolarik........................................................................ March 1, 2011
Tim VandeWettering......................................................... March 1, 2011
Norb Dantinne.................................................................. March 1, 2012
Mark Handeland ............................................................... March 1, 2012
Daniel Bertrand ................................................................ March 1, 2011
Ken Pabich ....................................................................... March 1, 2010
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PLANNING COMMISSION (Con’t)
Term Expires
John Klasen...................................................................... March 1, 2010
Alan Swatloski ..................................................................... May 1, 2010
Patrick Moynihan, Jr............................................................. May 1, 2012
Andy Lundt....................................................................... March 1, 2012
Keith Chambers ................................................................ March 1, 2011
Jerry Vandersteen............................................................. March 1, 2010
Dave Wiese ...................................................................... March 1, 2010
PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL STADIUM DISTRICT
Term Expires
Giles Tassoul ........................................................................July 1, 2012
Margaret Jensen...................................................................July 1, 2012
Senator Robert Cowles .........................................................July 1, 2012
Ann Patteson (GB)................................................................July 1, 2008
Ron Antonneau (GB).............................................................July 1, 2008
John Rogers (GB) .................................................................July 1, 2008
Ken Golomski (Ashw)............................................................July 1, 2008
SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT BOARD
Term Expires
Charles R. Rhyner..................................................... November 30, 2011
Mike Strenski............................................................ November 30, 2011
Hallett “Bud” Harris................................................... November 30, 2011
Norb Dantinne.......................................................... November 30, 2013
Mike Fleck ................................................................ November 30, 2012
Mark Vanden Busch .................................................. November 30, 2012
Jim Rasmussen......................................................... November 30, 2013
Vacant
................................................................ November 30, 2010
John Katers .............................................................. November 30, 2012
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TRAFFIC SAFETY COMMISSION
Jay VanZeeland
Randal Dunford
Randy Bani
Ron Towns
Bill Bongle
Rita Stoller
Dale Haagen
Sandy Smith
Chris Madson
Ken Bierke
Robert Darrow
Ron King
Brian Lamers
Tim Decker
Patti VanDeHey
Justine Lodl
Cullen Peltier
Dave Hansen
Randy Christopherson
Randy Schultz
Mike Panosh
Bob Schurmans
Judy Friederichs
Warren Adamson
Jayme Sellen
Vacant
John Jones
VETERANS SERVICE COMMISSION
Term Expires
Vern Krawczyk.......................................................... December 31, 2009
Jack Krueger ............................................................ December 31, 2010
Mike Edwards........................................................... December 31, 2008
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COUNTY PARK SYSTEM
Park Director ............................................................... BILL DOWELL
Sophie Beaumont Building, Room 220
325 East Walnut Street
Green Bay, WI 54301 .................................................448-6242
24-Hour Park Information Line .....................................448-4466
Web Site: ..........................................www.co.brown.wi.us/parks
PARKS - LOCATIONS
Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve -- ........................ 2024 Lakeview Dr.
915 Acres -- Waterfowl refuge, natural area, picnic area, bird
watching, outdoor education programs, hiking, cross country
ski trails and Fort Howard Paper Foundation Wildlife Area. Take
Hwy. 41-141 North of Green Bay to Lineville Road exit, turn
right on Lineville Road to intersection with County Trunk "J"
(Lakeview Drive), left on "J" about half mile. About 5 miles
north of Green Bay.
Bay Shore-Cecil Depeau Park – .......................5637 Sturgeon Bay Rd.
81 Acres -- Bay overlook, water access, scenic lookouts,
walking trails, fishing, picnic area, playground equipment,
pavilion with fireplace, restrooms.
115 campsites with
electricity, water and dumping station. Breakwater and boat
launching ramp. North of Green Bay on Hwy. 57 about 15
miles.
Brown County Fairgrounds -- .............................1500 Ft. Howard Ave.
36 Acres – Limited camping available. Fairgrounds and event
grounds. Take South Broadway out of Green Bay to De Pere.
Fairgrounds is on north city limits of City of De Pere, 5 miles
from Green Bay.
Brown County Park & (Pet Exercise Area) - ..........1000 Pleasant Lane
25 wooded scenic acres with pet exercise area. Fenced areas
for dogs to run and exercise. Take Hwy 54 (Mason Street) one
mile west of Green Bay.
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Fonferek’s Glen --.............................................2825 Dutchman Road
.75 acre natural area & waterfall. Parking & waterfall overlook.
Site primarily undeveloped. Rock bluffs and stream. From I43 in Ledgeview, exit MM. Approximately 3.5 miles west.
Lily Lake -- .............................................................. 3897 Lily Lake Rd.
120 Acres -- Picnic area gazebo, boat launching ramp (electric
motors only), fishing. Take I43 South to Bellevue, turn east on
Hwy. 29 then turn right on Lily Lake Road-11 miles from Green
Bay.
Neshota-Allen Dewane Park – ...................................... 5752 Park Rd.
257 Acres -- Snowmobile trails, cross country skiing, horse
trails, sledding hill, pavilion with fireplace and restrooms, picnic
area and hiking. Take I43 South to Bellevue, turn east on
Hwy. 29 through Poland, WI., turn right on County Trunk "T",
then left on Park Road. 15 miles from Green Bay.
Pamperin Park -- ..............................................2477 Shawano Avenue
74 Acres -- Picnic areas, large playground, fishing, rental
pavilion and 18-hole disc golf. Take Hwy. 29-32 west about
1/4 mile west of U.S. Hwy. 41 to Cardinal Lane. Turn right on
Cardinal Lane and follow signs.
Reforestation Camp – ................................... 4418 Reforestation Road
1543 Acres -- Two rental pavilions, playground, fishing, NEW
Zoo, snowmobile trails, cross country skiing, horse trails,
mountain bike trails, hiking, picnic areas, observation tower
and rifle range. Take Hwy. 41-141 North from Green Bay to
the Sunset Beach Road exit. Turn left on County Trunk "B"
about 4 miles then turn right on County Trunk "IR".
St. Francis Park --................................................. 1540 Riverside Drive
5 acre trailside rest area located along the Fox River Trail and
the Fox River. Shelter, picnic area, restrooms and exercise
course. No parking. Access limited to trail users.
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Suamico Boat Landing – .................. 777 Sunset Beach Road, Suamico
3 acres -- Take Hwy. 41 – 141 North from Green Bay to
the Sunset Beach Road exit, turn right on Sunset Beach Road
about 1-1/2 miles. Restrooms and shore fishing is available.
Ramp is at the mouth of the Suamico River.
Way-Morr Park – ........................................................3832 Park Road
28 Acres -- Picnic area, playground and rental pavilion. Take
Hwy. "G" east from De Pere about 15 miles. Park is at
intersection of Hwy. G (Dickinson Rd.) & Z (Park Rd.)
Wequiock Falls Park -- .................................3426 Bay Settlement Road
3 acre picnic area featuring a 30-foot waterfall and historical
Jean Nicolet statue. Restrooms. Located on Hwy 57. Six
miles north of Green Bay.
Wrightstown Boat Landing – .............620 Washington St., Wrightstown
6 Acres -- Picnic area, shore fishing, boat launching ramp and
dockage on Fox River. Take Hwy. 57 south of De Pere
approximately 6 miles to County Trunk "ZZ" west to
Wrightstown. Park is on east bank of the Fox River just south
of the Village of Wrightstown.
Recreational Trails - Location
Devil’s River State Recreational Trail - Village of Denmark
1.5 miles of State Recreational Trail south from Denmark to
Brown County line. The trail is open to biking and hiking.
Fox River Trail – 19.5 mile State Recreational Trail open to hiking,
bicycles, dog walking and in-line skaters. Portions of trail open
to horseback riding. Trail runs south from downtown Green
Bay to Brown County Line. Trail from Greenleaf south is open
to snowmobiles.
Mountain-Bay State Recreational Trail – 83 mile (13 miles within
Brown County) recreational trail open to hiking, dog walking
and bicycles. Portions of trail open to snowmobiles. Trailhead
is at Lakeview Drive, Village of Howard.
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NORTHEASTERN WISCONSIN ZOO
Zoo Director ........................................................... NEIL ANDERSON
Location.......................................................... 4418 Reforestation Road
................................................................................Green Bay, WI 54313
Visitor Center...............................................................................434-7841
Website: ......................................................................... www.newzoo.org
NEW Zoo is located within the Reforestation Camp. The NEW Zoo has 92
exhibits, visitor center, concessions, gift shop, children's zoo. Take
County Trunk "B" west from U.S. 41-141. Go to County Trunk "IR", turn
north to zoo.
2010-2011 NEW ZOO SPECIAL EVENT SCHEDULE
2010
FAMILY DAY CELEBRATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAT., JUNE 5
FATHER’S DAY CELEBRATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SUN., JUNE 20
BAYCARE CLINIC WELLNESS DAY . . . . . . . . . . SAT., JULY 10
NEW ZOO PALOOZA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAT., JULY 17
FEAST WITH THE BEASTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MON., AUGUST 2
SENIOR CITIZEN DAY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WED., SEPT. 1
FUN DAY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAT., SEPT. 11
ZOO BOO. . . . . . . . . . . FRI./SAT., OCT. 15-16; 22-23; 29-30
VETERAN’S DAY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . THURS., NOV. 11
HOLIDAY FEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . FRI./SAT., DEC. 17-18
2011
BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR ANIMALS . . . . . . . . . . . .SAT., APRIL 9
PARTY FOR THE PLANET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SAT., APRIL 16
“EGGS” STRAVAGANZOO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .SAT., APRIL 23
MOTHER’S DAY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SUN., MAY 8
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Brown County Golf Course
Scott P. Anthes, Golf Course Superintendent
897 Riverdale Drive, Oneida, WI 54155 .......................497-7819
Take Hwy. 29-32 West of Green Bay to County Trunk "J". Left
on "J" about 3 to 4 miles. Course on left side of road.
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SCHOOL DISTRICTS WITHIN
BROWN COUNTY
APRIL 2010
ASHWAUBENON SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: David Schmidt
EMAIL: [email protected]
1055 Griffiths Lane, Green Bay, WI 54304
Telephone: 492-2905 ext. 1003
Fax Number: 492-2999
WEBSITE: www.ashwaubenon.k12.wi.us
Municipality within School District:
Ashwaubenon
School Board Members:
MARK W WILLIAMS – President
[email protected]
GINNY LAUKKA – Vice President
[email protected]
JAY VAN LAANEN - Clerk
[email protected]
BARBARA HALRON - Treasurer
[email protected]
MIKE AUBINGER – Member
[email protected]
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BRILLION PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Dominick Madison
315 S. Main Street, Brillion, WI 54110
Telephone: 920-756-2368
Fax Number: 920-756-3705
WEBSITE: www.brillion.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Town of Holland
Town of Morrison
City of Brillion (Calumet County)
Town of Brillion (Calumet County)
Town of Rantoul (Calumet County)
Town of Woodville (Calumet County)
Town of Maple Grove (Manitowoc County)
Town of Rockland (Manitowoc County)
School Board Members:
BRIAN HORN – President
RENEE MAEDER – Vice President
HOLLY THUROW-RIAHI – Clerk
LEA CALAWAY – Treasurer
KEVIN PALMER – Member
ROBERT STANELLE – Member
STEVE KLESSIG – Member
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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF DENMARK
District Administrator: Tony Klaubauf
450 N. Wall Street, Denmark, WI 54208
Telephone: 863-4005
FAX No. : 863-4015
E-Mail: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.denmark.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Village of Denmark
Town of Eaton
Town of Glenmore
Town of Ledgeview
Town of Morrison
Town of New Denmark
Town of Franklin (Kewaunee County)
Town of Cooperstown (Manitowoc County)
Town of Gibson (Manitowoc County)
Village of Maribel (Manitowoc County)
School Board Members:
JOSEPH DUCKETT - President
JAMES CRAWFORD - Vice President
PAULA LARSEN - Clerk
NANCY VAN ELZEN - Treasurer
DANIEL ULLMAN - Member
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DE PERE SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Ben Villarruel
1700 Chicago Street, De Pere, WI 54115
Telephone: 337-1032
Fax Number: 337-1033
E-Mail: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.depere.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
City of De Pere
Village of Bellevue
Town of Glenmore
Town of Ledgeview
Town of Morrison
Town of Rockland
Town of Wrightstown
School Board Members:
PAUL SUMMERSIDE - President
JAMES GROWT - Vice President
JON PAQUE - School Clerk
ROBERT MATHEWS - Treasurer
DOUG SEEMAN
TAMMY MOCARSKI
MARK MENEAU
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GREEN BAY AREA PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Dr. Greg Maass
200 So. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303
Telephone: 448-2000
Fax Number: 448-3562
WEBSITE: www.greenbay.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
City of Green Bay
Village of Allouez
Portion of Village of Bellevue
Portion of Town of Eaton
Portion of Town of Green Bay
Portion of Town of Humboldt
Portion of Town of Ledgeview
Town of Scott
School Board Members:
JEAN MARSCH - President
KATIE MALONEY - Vice President
JUDY C. DE CLEENE - Treasurer
BRENDA WARREN - School Clerk
MICHAEL BLECHA
CHRIS WAGNER
CELESTINE JEFFREYS
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HOWARD-SUAMICO SCHOOL DISTRICT
Superintendent: Damian La Croix
2700 Lineville Road, Green Bay, WI 54313
Telephone: 662-7878
Fax Number: 662-9777
WEBSITE: www.hssd.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Village of Howard
Village of Suamico
Town of Pittsfield (Portion)
School Board Members:
LISA BOTSFORD - President
[email protected]
CONNIE STAMPFL - Vice President
[email protected]
RACHELLE PAULSEN - Clerk
[email protected]
TERESA FORD - Treasurer/Deputy Clerk
[email protected]
JEFFREY ANDERSON - Director
[email protected]
JIM GOETSCH - Director
[email protected]
DOUG THOMPSON - Director
[email protected]
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KAUKAUNA AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Lloyd Mc Cabe
1701 County Road CE, Kaukauna, WI 54130
Telephone: 920-766-6100
Fax Number: 920-766-6104
WEBSITE: www.kaukauna.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Town of Holland
City of Kaukauna (Calumet/Outagamie Counties)
Village of Sherwood (Calumet County)
Town of Harrison (Calumet County)
Town of Woodville (Calumet County)
Village of Combined Locks (Outagamie County)
Village of Little Chute (Outagamie County)
Town of Buchanan (Outagamie County)
Town of Kaukauna (Outagamie County)
Town of VandenBroek (Outagamie County)
School Board Members:
TODD ARNOLDUSSEN – President
GIOVANNA FELLER– Vice President
JEFF MC CABE -- Clerk
CHRIS BOURESSA -- Treasurer
SUE GERTZ – Member
JIM MEYERS – Member
PHILIP KOHNE -- Member
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LUXEMBURG-CASCO SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Patrick Saunders
318 N. Main Street, Luxemburg, WI 54217
Telephone: 845-2391
Fax Number: 845-5871
Mailing Address: P O Box 70, Luxemburg WI 54217-0070
WEBSITE: www.luxcasco.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Town of Green Bay
Town of Humboldt
Village of Casco (Kewaunee County)
Village of Luxemburg (Kewaunee County)
Town of Casco (Kewaunee County)
Town of Lincoln (Kewaunee County)
Town of Luxemburg (Kewaunee County)
Town of Montpelier (Kewaunee County)
Town of Red River (Kewaunee County)
School Board Members:
TIMOTHY KINNARD – President
CHRIS WORACHEK – Vice President
TIM FAMEREE – Clerk
DAVID DELAIN – Treasurer
JODI FALK - Member
CARY DEQUAINE - Member
TOM SUESS – Member
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PULASKI COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator, Mel E. Lightner, Ph.D
143 W. Green Bay, Pulaski, WI 54162
Telephone: 822-6000
Fax Number: 822-6005
Mailing Address: P. O. Box 36, Pulaski, WI 54162
WEBSITE: connect.pulaski.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Village of Hobart
Village of Pulaski
Village of Suamico
Town of Pittsfield
Town of Chase (Oconto County)
Town of Little Suamico (Oconto County)
Town of Morgan (Oconto County)
Town of Oneida (Outagamie County)
Town of Maple Grove (Shawano County)
Town of Angelica (Shawano County)
Town of Green Valley (Shawano County)
Town of Lessor (Shawano County)
School Board Members:
CINDY HENDRICKS - President
MARK WERNICKE - Vice President
TRINA TOWNSEND - School Clerk
BARB MC KEEFRY - Treasurer
PAM DENZER
WILLIAM HYNES
JEFF RASMUSSEN
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REEDSVILLE SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Robert Scrivner
340 Manitowoc Street, Reedsville, WI 54230
Telephone: 920-754-4341
Fax Number: 920-754-4344
Mailing Address; P O Box 340, Reedsville, WI 54230
WEBSITE: www.reedsville.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District:
Town of Morrison
Village of Kellnersville (Manitowoc County)
Village of Reedsville (Manitowoc County)
Town of Cato (Manitowoc County)
Town of Cooperstown (Manitowoc County)
Town of Franklin (Manitowoc County)
Town of Kossuth (Manitowoc County)
Town of Maple Grove (Manitowoc County)
Town of Rockland (Manitowoc County)
School Board Members:
JOHN EBERT – President
DEAN FISCHER – Vice President
CONNIE GILSON – Clerk
TODD CAVANAUGH - Treasurer
ANDREW MAERTZ - Member
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WEST DE PERE SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: John Zegers
930 Oak Street, De Pere, WI 54115-1429
Telephone: 337-1393
Fax Number: 337-1398
WEBSITE: www.wdpsd.com
Municipalities within School District:
City of De Pere
Town of Lawrence
Village of Ashwaubenon
Village of Hobart
Town of Oneida (Outagamie County)
School Board Members:
BARBARA VAN DEURZEN - President
PATRICK PEETERS - Vice President
JOSEPH BERGNER - Clerk
TOM VAN DE HEI - Treasurer
JASON GRAEF - Member
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WRIGHTSTOWN COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Administrator: Carla Buboltz
P. O. Box 128
351 High Street, Wrightstown, WI 54180
Telephone: 920-532-5551
Fax Number: 920-532-4664
E-Mail: [email protected]
WEBSITE: www.wrightstown.k12.wi.us
Municipalities within School District
Village of Wrightstown
Town of Holland
Town of Lawrence
Town of Morrison
Town of Rockland
Town of Wrightstown
Town of Brillion (Calumet County)
Town of Buchanan (Outagamie County)
Town of Kaukauna (Outagamie County)
School Board Members:
TOM GERRITS - President
DAN CLARAHAN – Vice President
RICK ROUNDY - Clerk
CAROLYN GREEN - Treasurer
MIKE VAN EPEREN
JEANNE WALL
SARAH HOCK
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LOCAL GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
CITY OF DE PERE
335 S. Broadway, De Pere, WI 54115
Telephone: 339-4050; FAX #: 330-9491
www.de-pere.org
Mayor
..........................................................MICHAEL J. WALSH
[email protected]il.de-pere.org
President of Council .......................................... MICHAEL DONOVAN
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
1st Aldermanic District:
JAMES BOYD, 151 Brule Road
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 336-0305
PAUL KEGEL, 1814 Charles Street
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 337-9186
2nd Aldermanic District:
DAN ROBINSON, 446 Cook Street
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 347-0828
ROBERT J. WILMET, 1108 Tanager Trail
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 336-6354
3rd Aldermanic District:
MICHAEL DONOVAN, 1816 Revere Trail
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 336-9471
KEVIN A. BAUER, 842 Westwood Drive
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 309-1436
4th Aldermanic District:
BOB HEUVELMANS, 246 Twilight Drive
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 336-7822
KATHY VAN VONDEREN, 517 S. Sixth St.
De Pere WI 54115 ...............................Telephone: 336-1847
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City Administrator .................................................. LAWRENCE DELO
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4044
........................................................... [email protected]
City Clerk-Treasurer ...................................CHARLENE M. PETERSON
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4050
[email protected]il.de-pere.org
City Attorney ......................................... JUDITH SCHMIDT-LEHMAN
................................................................................339-4042
......................................... [email protected]
Director of Public Works ........................................ SCOTT THORESEN
.....................................................................925 S. 6th Street
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4060
[email protected]il.de-pere.org
City Assessor .................................................................... ACCURATE
...................................................Telephone: 1-800-770-3927
[email protected]teassessor.com
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ........................................... DAVID MATYAS
.............................................................Telephone: 339-2463
Building Inspector .................................................DAVID HONGISTO
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4053
[email protected]il.de-pere.org
Director of Planning........................................................ KEN PABICH
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4043
[email protected]ail.de-pere.org
Finance Director ...................................................... JOSEPH ZEGERS
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4041
Asst. Building Inspector/Plumbing Inspector ...............DENNIS JENSEN
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4052
...................................................... [email protected]
Chief of Police.............................................. DEREK BEIDERWIEDEN
............................................................ Telephone: 339-4080
....................................................... [email protected]
Fire Chief ................................................................. ROBERT KISER
.............................................................Telephone: 339-4085
.......................................................... [email protected]
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CITY OF GREEN BAY
100 N. Jefferson Street
Green Bay, WI 54301
www.ci.green-bay.wi.us
Mayor
................................................................... JIM SCHMITT
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3005
Council President ................................................. THOMAS DE WANE
.............................................................Telephone: 465-7803
..........[email protected]tds.net
Council Vice President .....................................................AMY KOCHA
.............................................................Telephone: 435-9494
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
District 1 JERRY WIEZBISKIE, 3093 Nicolet Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311 ...........................Telephone: 468-5871
.................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
District 2 THOMAS J. DE WANE, 2535 Delwood Drive
Green Bay, WI 54302 ...........................Telephone: 465-7803
...................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
District 3 ANDY NICHOLSON, 800 Venus Drive
Green Bay, WI 54311 ...........................Telephone: 465-3564
District 4 ANTHONY THEISEN, 931 S. Baird Street
Green Bay, WI 54301 ...........................Telephone: 433-9331
............................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
District 5 AMY KOCHA, 612 Grove Street
Green Bay, WI 54302 ...........................Telephone: 435-9494
District 6 SHAE SORTWELL, 720 Liebman Ct., #2
Green Bay, WI 54302 ...........................Telephone: 471-7136
......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
District 7 NED DORFF, 118 S. Washington St., #425A
Green Bay, WI 54301 ...........................Telephone: 217-4369
District 8 CHRISTOPHER WERY, 920 Spence Street
Green Bay, WI 54304 ...........................Telephone: 490-9282
............................................................... [email protected]
District 9 GUY ZIMA, 1121 Twelfth Avenue
Green Bay, WI 54304 ...........................Telephone: 432-8020
............................................................ [email protected]
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District 10 STEVEN DENEYS, 1484 Division Circle
Green Bay, WI 54303 ...........................Telephone: 499-6609
.................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
District 11 BRIAN L. DANZINGER, 1701 King Arthur Drive
Green Bay, WI 54304 ...........................Telephone: 609-7666
......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
District 12 PATRICK J. BUCKLEY, 3266 West Point Road
Green Bay, WI 54304 ...........................Telephone: 371-0751
...........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
City Attorney .....................................................ALLISON SWANSON
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3084
Finance Director ......................................................DAWN FOELLER
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3026
City Clerk ........................................................... CHAD WEININGER
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3000
City Treasurer............................................................. ANGELA DART
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3025
City Assessor ............................................... RUSSELL L. SCHWANDT
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3070
Planning Director .............................................. P. ROBERT STRONG
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3413
Public Works Director .................................................... ED WIESNER
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3105
Park, Recreation & Forestry Director ...................... BILL LANDVATTER
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3365
Building Inspector .......................................... DANIEL SEGGEBRUCH
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3299
Zoning Administrator...............................................PAUL NEUMEYER
.............................................................Telephone: 448-3405
Humane Officer ..................................................... SHARON HENSEN
.......... 307 S. Adams Street, Green Bay Telephone: 448-3200
Municipal Judge ........................................................JERRY HANSON
....... 330 S. Jefferson Street, Green Bay Telephone: 448-3132
Chief of Police................................................................ JAMES ARTS
.......... 307 S. Adams Street, Green Bay Telephone: 448-3233
Fire Chief ................................................................... JEFF ROEMER
........501 S. Washington St., Green Bay Telephone: 448-3278
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VILLAGES
VILLAGE OF ALLOUEZ
VILLAGE HALL .............. 1900 Libal Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
......................................................Telephone: 448-2800
.................................................................... FAX#: 448-2850
...................................... WEBSITE: www.villageofallouez.com
President ....................................................STEVE VANDEN AVOND
............................................... 339-9227 or [email protected]
Trustee
.....................................................................RAY KOPISH
.........................................337-0796 or [email protected]
Trustee
.................................................................... LYNN GREEN
............... 435-1772 or [email protected]
Trustee
.................................................................... RANDY GAST
.......................................... 337-9164 or [email protected]
Trustee
.................................................................... PAUL ZELLER
................................................................................432-6810
................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Trustee
.................................................................... PENNY DART
...........................................639-6870 or [email protected]
Trustee
............................................................ ALAN SWATLOSKI
.........................................619-9075 or [email protected]
Administrator............................................................. TRACY FLUCKE
................................................................. 448-2800 EXT. 106
....................................... EMAIL: [email protected]z.com
Clerk-Treasurer........................................................DEBBIE BAENEN
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 111
...................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
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Assessor .................................................................. DENNIS BONK
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 110
Municipal Judge ................................................. JAMES CHARNESKI
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 105
Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator .........................RALPH WITTE
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 107
..........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Parks, Recreation & Forestry Director .............................. BRAD LANGE
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 104
......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Public Works Director ................................................ CRAIG BERNDT
.................................................................. 448-2800 ext. 108
......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
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VILLAGE OF ASHWAUBENON
VILLAGE HALL ........ 2155 Holmgren Way, Green Bay, WI 54304
......................................................Telephone: 492-2300
................................................................... FAX #: 492-2328
......................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
......................................... WEBSITE: www.ashwaubenon.com
President ........................................................MICHAEL AUBINGER
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2301
Trustees: Wards 1 & 2
Mary Kardoskee, 2410 Ridge Road, 54304, 405-0045
Wards 3 & 4
Ken Seidel, 1082 Valley View Road, 54304, 494-4037
Wards 5 & 6
Charlotte Nelson, 2160 Patty Lane, 54304, 494-7151
Wards 7 & 8
Mark Williams, 1231 Gerhardt Lane, 54313, 498-9796
Wards 9 & 10
Ken Bukowski, 1350 Avondale Drive, 54313, 499-6539
Wards 11 & 12
Greg Collins, 2981 Vercauteren Drive, 54313, 660-1159
Clerk
................................................................DAWN COLLINS
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2302
Treasurer ........................................................ ROSEMARY HERMES
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2305
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2304
Municipal Judge ....................................................GARY A. WICKERT
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2307
Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator ......................TODD GERBERS
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2309
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Director of Public Safety ................................ CHIEF ERIC DUNNING
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2995
Director of Administrative Services ............................. STEVE KUBACKI
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2327
Director of Finance...................................................GREG WENHOLZ
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2320
Director of Engineering Services .................................. DOUG MARTIN
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2337
Director of Parks & Recreation....................................REX MEHLBERG
.............................................................Telephone: 492-2331
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VILLAGE OF BELLEVUE
VILLAGE OFFICES ............2828 Allouez Ave., Bellevue, WI 54311
......................................................Telephone: 468-5225
................................................................... FAX #: 569-1876
.................................... WEB SITE: www.villageofbellevue.org
President ......................................................................CRAIG BEYL
.............................................................Telephone: 465-6872
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
...................................................................DAVE KASTER
.............................................................Telephone: 336-0221
................................................................ JILL BIELINSKI
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6330
.................................................................STEVE SOUKUP
.............................................................Telephone: 469-2527
..............................................................KEVIN BRENNAN
.............................................................Telephone: 391-0752
Administrator................................................ AARON OPPENHEIMER
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
..................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Clerk-Treasurer.........................................................KAREN SIMONS
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
......................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
Director of Public Works ...................................................BILL BALKE
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
......................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Building Inspector ............................................................BOB POCKL
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
.............................................. E-MAIL: [email protected]
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Building Inspector .................................................. BARB KOPPERUD
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
.......................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Zoning Administrator.......................................................AL SCHULTZ
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
........................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Municipal Judge ....................................................RONALD METZLER
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
Community Development Director ......................... ANDREW VISSERS
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
...................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Leisure Services Director....................................... JOEL GREGOZESKI
.............................................................Telephone: 468-5225
........................................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
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VILLAGE OF DENMARK
VILLAGE HALL ....................................................... 118 E. Main St.
MAILING ADDRESS:.............. P.O. Box 310, Denmark, WI 54208
.....................................................Telephone: 863-6400
................................................................... FAX #: 863-5169
...................................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
President .................................................................... BOB SEKORA
...................................... 481 Kelly Drive, Denmark, WI 54208
..............................................................Telephone: 863-2933
Trustees: Steve Giese, 408 De Pere Road, 621-3319
Helen Mleziva, 449 Sunset Court, 863-2247
Daniel Dvorak, 511 Diamond Ridge Cr., 863-8048
Roger Stein, 530 De Pere Rd., PO Box 513, 863-8091
Shawn Brady, 817 Woodrow St., 883-0167
Brandon Wotachek, 510 Oak Ct., 863-1495
Administrator.............................................................GORDON ELLIS
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6400
Clerk-Treasurer......................................................MiLISSA O. STIPE
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6400
.......................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Assessor .............................. KEYSTONE APPRAISAL GROUP, INC.
................................319 Crooks Street, Green Bay, WI 54301
.............................................................Telephone: 437-3246
Municipal Judge ................................................... CHARLES L. TEEGE
........................... 120 Highridge Avenue, Denmark, WI 54208
......................................... Telephone: 863-6565 or 863-6440
Police Chief ...................................................................RON TOWNS
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2126
Building Inspector ................................................ NORBERT BURESH
......................1760 Eldorado Drive, #8, Green Bay, WI 54302
.............................. Telephone: 680-4258 or Home: 468-0487
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VILLAGE OF HOBART
VILLAGE OFFICES ........2990 S. Pine Tree Rd., Hobart, WI 54155
......................................................Telephone: 869-1011
..................................................................... FAX # 869-2048
................................................WEBSITE: www.hobart-wi.org
...............................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Administrator....................................................... ANDREW VICKERS
.............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
President ........................................................ RICHARD R. HEIDEL
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
.......................................................... DAVE DILLENBURG
..........................................................................ED KAZIK
.....................................................DEBBIE SCHUMACHER
...........................................................DONNA SEVERSON
Clerk/Treasurer.........................................................MARY R. SMITH
.................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
Deputy Clerk/Treasurer ............................................. CINDY KOCKEN
.................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ......................................RON J. VAN LANEN
Director of Building & Code Compliance...................ALLYN DANNHOFF
................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Director of Public Works ............................................... RICK KINNEY
.....................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Community Development & Tribal Affairs Director .... ELAINE WILLMAN
................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
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VILLAGE OF HOWARD
VILLAGE HALL ........................................... 2456 Glendale Avenue
MAILING ADDRESS:........ P.O. Box 12207, G. B., WI 54307-2207
......................................................Telephone: 434-4640
.................................................................... FAX #: 434-4643
..................................... WEBSITE: www.villageofhoward.com
President .........................................................BURT R. MC INTYRE
................................1108 Coprinus Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 819-9305
Trustees: Wards 1 & 2
Ronald Bredael, 2288 Memorial Drive, 54303, 494-8145
Wards 3 & 4
James Widiger, 1767 Barlament Dr., 54303, 498-5824
Wards 5 & 6
Cathy Hughes, 2456 Glendale Ave., 54313, 434-7973
Wards 7 & 8
George Speaker, 815 Hillcrest Hts., 54313, 434-2429
Wards 9 & 10
Jim Lemorande, 1155 Beechwood Dr., 54313, 434-2597
Wards 11 & 12
Ray Suennen, 2563 Turnbury, 54313, 662-1088
Wards 13 & 14
David Steffen, 1593 Redstone Tr., 54313, 246-0102
Wards 15 & 16
Daniel Deppeler, 2916 Copper Mountain, 54313, 544-0357
Clerk-Administrator ................................................... JOSHUA SMITH
...................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Director of Administrative Services/Treasurer ............... CHRIS HALTOM
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
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Municipal Judge ..................................................GREGG SCHREIBER
................................................................................434-4669
Fire Chief ......................................................................... ED JANKE
Director of Code Administration ................................ JAMES KOROTEV
Director of Community Development................................DAVE WIESE
Building Inspector ........................................................GARY KLINKA
.............................................................Telephone: 434-5560
Director of Public Works ............................................... BOB BARTELT
............................... 1336 Cornell Road, Green Bay WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 434-4060
.......................................................... Fax Number: 434-4072
Director Leisure Services................................................... SARA KING
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VILLAGE OF PULASKI
VILLAGE HALL ................................................421 S. St. Augustine
MAILING ADDRESS:................... P.O. Box 320, Pulaski, WI 54162
......................................................Telephone: 822-5182
.................................................................... FAX #: 822-3209
................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
President ............................................................KEITH CHAMBERS
........................421 Nancy Ln, P O Box 505, Pulaski, WI 54162
.............................................................Telephone: 609-0885
..................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Trustees:
Edward Krause,159 E.Glenbrook Dr., PO 213, 822-3962
Doug Prentice, 420 E. Glenbrook Dr., 676-0660/822-4112
Robert Van Lannen, 216 Lincoln Street, 822-5331
Reed A. Woodward, 240 4th Ave., PO Box 485, 822-8648
Francis Karchinski, 619 First Street, 822-5470
Richard Styczynski, 121 Front St., PO 343, 822-5485
Administrator..........................................KEITH CHAMBERS, Interim
Clerk
.................................................... KAREN A. OSTROWSKI
Treasurer ................................................... BARBARA VAN LANNEN
...................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
Municipal Judge ....................................................... ROBERT BETLEY
Police Chief .................................................... RANDAL S. DUNFORD
...........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Building Inspector ...............................................BARBARA KROZELL
......................... N3082 Grass Lake Rd., Clintonville, WI 54929
...................................................... Telephone: 715-823-9140
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Public Works Crew Leader..................................... TOM HOLEWINSKI
.............................................................Telephone: 822-5192
.................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
Sewer & Water Crew Leader ....................................... TOM RODGERS
.............................................................Telephone: 822-8618
................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Zoning Administrator...................................................JON MOTQUIN
......................................................Motquin & Associates, LLC.
........................................................... W2254 Raspberry Lane
..............................................................Appleton, WI 54913
...................................................... Telephone: 920-309-3020
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VILLAGE OF SUAMICO
VILLAGE HALL ................ 2999 Lakeview Dr., Suamico, WI 54173
......................................................Telephone: 434-2212
................................................................... FAX #: 434-6522
President ...................................................................BETH SHEEDY
..........................2531 Cathedral Forest, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 661-9022
Trustee
................................................. PATRICIA GAURA-JELEN
................................... 1308 Norfield Rd., Suamico, WI 54173
.............................................................Telephone: 662-0937
Trustee
.............................................................MATTHEW ATHEY
............................. 2573 St. Pat’s Road, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 662-9143
Trustee
...................................................................PAUL GARVEY
............................... 1203 Bay Breeze Ct., Suamico, WI 54173
.............................................................Telephone: 434-6161
Trustee
....................................................... BEN SCHENKELBERG
...................................3309 Spur Lane, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 434-3277
Trustee
.................................................................MARY STEFFEN
....................... 3427 Forest Edge Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 434-2947
Trustee
......................................................JERRY VANDERSTEEN
..................... 1873 Harbor Lights Road, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 434-3190
Administrator.......................................................... ADAM HAMMATT
................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Clerk
................................................................. BONNIE SWAN
..................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
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Treasurer/Finance Director.............................................KAY MAGYAR
.......................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Zoning Administrator/Assessor ......................................STEVE DUNKS
.................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Community Development Director ............................ GRAHAM CALLIS
................................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
Municipal Judge ................................................... KEVIN RATHBURN
Building Inspector ......................................................CURT DEMLOW
...................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Public Works/Engineering ..................................... RANDY LOBERGER
...............................3070 Mink Ranch Rd., Suamico WI 54173
.............................................................Telephone: 434-8410
.......................................................... Fax Number: 434-4820
................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Deputy Director of Public Works ..................................... TODD EVERY
................................3070 Mink Ranch Rd., Suamico WI 54173
.............................................................Telephone: 434-8410
.......................................................... Fax Number: 434-8420
..................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Recreation Director .................................................... NIKKI HILKER
..............................3070 Mink Ranch Rd., Suamico WI 54173
.............................................................Telephone: 434-8410
.......................................................... Fax Number: 434-4820
.................................................... EMAILl: [email protected]
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VILLAGE OF WRIGHTSTOWN
VILLAGE HALL ........................................................... 529 Main St.
MAILING ADDRESS:............... P.O. Box 227, Wrightstown 54180
......................................................Telephone: 532-5567
................................................................... FAX #: 532-4564
............................................. WEBSITE: www.wrightstown.us
President .............................................................. BRETT WALLACE
.................................551 Windy Wood Lane, Wrightstown, WI
.............................................................Telephone: 532-0126
Trustees:
Mark Leonard, P O Box 227, Tel. 707-3225
Dean Erickson, 10 Red Clover Ln., Tel. 532-0788
Andy Lundt, 103 Golden Wheat Ln., Tel. 217-4034
Scott Reignier, P O Box 227, Tel. 532-5567
Karen Curry, 296 Peterlynn Dr., Tel. 532-9118
Greg Henning, 127 Golden Wheat Ln., Tel. 205-0900
Administrator................................................ STEPHEN M. JOHNSON
.............................................................Telephone: 532-6006
..........................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Clerk-Treasurer........................................................... JEAN BRANDT
.............................................................Telephone: 532-6005
............................................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
Assessor ..............................................................MICHAEL DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
Building Inspector ....................................................... PAUL HERMES
......................................Telephone: Business: 920-687-0426
............................................................ Mobile: 920-858-0102
Municipal Judge .................................................... JOHN L. DE WANE
.............................................................Telephone: 532-5567
Police Chief ........................................................PERRY KINGSBURY
.............................................................Telephone: 532-6007
.......................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Director of Public Works ...................................... DANIEL STEPHANY
.............................................................Telephone: 532-0434
........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
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TOWNS
TOWN OF EATON
TOWN HALL............................................... 3063 S. County Road T
MAILING ADDRESS:......................................... 5399 State Rd. 29,
........................................................Denmark, WI 54208
......................................................Telephone: 863-2458
.................................................................... FAX #: 863-5323
.......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
.......................................WEBSITE: www.townofeaton-wi.org
Chairman .............................................................IRVIN SAHARSKY
.................................. 4107 Allen Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2865
Supervisor................................................................RON DE GRAND
................................ 1983 Michiels Rd., Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2860
Supervisor............................................................ JAMES OSTERLOH
...................................2751 Co. Rd. P, Luxemburg, WI 54217
.............................................................Telephone: 863-8883
Clerk
.......................................................................ANN POTTS
................................. 5399 State Rd. 29, Denmark WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2458
Treasurer .................................................................. DAWN KONOP
................................. 5193 State Rd. 29, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2852
Assessor ............................................................ ROBERT TAICHER
................................ 3805 Maple Court, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6454
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Zoning Administrator............................................ MERLE KULHANEK
...............................5744 State Road 29, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2857
Constable ......................................................... JERRY BLOHOWIAK
................................ 5427 State Rd., 29, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-3432
Building Inspector ......................................................... DALE FIDLER
...............................5138 State Road 29, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2318
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TOWN OF GLENMORE
COMMUNITY CENTER ................................. 5718 Dickinson Road
MAILING ADDRESS:..................................... 5795 Dickinson Road
................................................ De Pere, WI 54115-9763
.......................................................Telephone: 864-2424
Chairman ............................................................... DON A. KITTELL
.......................... 4007 Shirley Road, De Pere, WI 54115-9757
..................................Telephone and Fax Number: 863-5944
Supervisor...............................................................KRISS SCHMIDT
....................... 3086 Glenrock Road, De Pere, WI 54115-8701
...................................Telephone and Fax Number: 336-0914
Supervisor.................................................................... RON NOWAK
........................3375 Creekview Rd., De Pere, WI 54115-9790
...................................Telephone and Fax Number: 336-7538
Clerk
............................................................... LANA OSSMANN
...................... 5795 Dickinson Road, De Pere, WI 54115-9763
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7645
.................................................................... FAX #: 864-2424
Treasurer ............................................................ DAVE VAN GHEEM
............................. 5373 Niles Road, De Pere, WI 54115-9741
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7988
Assessor .............................................................THOMAS E. KILEY
..............................3351 Kiley Lane, De Pere, WI 54115-8704
...................................Telephone and Fax Number: 336-8280
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Constable .............................................................. MARVIN ASHLEY
...........................3609 School Road, De Pere, WI 54115-8739
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7488
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Zoning Administrator......................................... BERNIE KOZLOVSKY
................4530 Langes Corner Rd., Denmark, WI 54208-8719
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2806
.......................................................... Fax Number: 863-1514
Building Inspector ................................................ MARK VER HAAGH
................................6345 Ledgetop Dr., Greenleaf, WI 54126
...................... Cell Phone: 660-7360 or Telephone: 864-2010
........................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Plan Commission Chair .............................................. ANN SCHAEFER
........................................ 5299 Niles Road, De Pere WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7296
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TOWN OF GREEN BAY
TOWN HALL...................................................... 5999 County Rd K
MAILING ADDRESS:............................................5659 Delcore Rd.
................................................. New Franken, WI 54229
......................................................Telephone: 866-2687
.......................................................................FAX: 866-2497
.......................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Chairman ............................................................... LEE DE CHAMPS
................3830 N. New Franken Rd., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 680-2758
Supervisor.............................................................. CARY DEQUAINE
............................5382 Bucktrail Dr., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-9084
Supervisor...............................................................DIANNE JACOBS
........................... 6014 Gomand Rd., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2514
Clerk
.............................................................DEBBIE MERCIER
..........................5659 Delcore Road, New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 676-9391
Treasurer ................................................................... DORIS JADIN
..............................3496 Mercier Rd., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2178
Assessor ........................................................ ROBERT J. DE MUTH
......................................250 Erie Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-3081
.............................................. E-MAIL: [email protected]
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Constable ................................................................ ROBERT GEYER
.............................4398 N Co. Rd. P, New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-9074
Zoning Administrator......................................................GARY JONET
..............................5361 Doris Road, New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2079
Building Inspector ................................................ MARK STEVENSON
..................................... R. Mark Inspections, 3497 Weldon Ct.
........................................................ Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
...................................................... Telephone: 920-824-5054
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TOWN OF HOLLAND
TOWN HALL.............................................................1671 Hill Road
MAILING ADDRESS:.................................... 7226 Old Highway 57
.......................................................Greenleaf, WI 54126
......................................................Telephone: 532-0648
........................................................................FAX: 532-0571
Chairman ..................................................................JEROME WALL
......................................1847 Hill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-4723
Supervisor.............................................................MICHAEL GEIGER
.............................. 1435 Wayside Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-4420
Supervisor.................................................TOM VANDE WETTERING
................. 7838 Vande Wettering Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-4547
Clerk
............................................................ WILLIAM CLANCY
........................... 7226 Old Highway 57, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-4752
Treasurer ............................................................GLORIA KENNEDY
................... 7928 St. Pat's Church Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
..............................................................Telephone: 532-4797
Assessor .................................ACTION APPRAISERS ASSOCIATES
.................................500 W. 7th Street, Kaukauna, WI 54130
...................................................... Telephone: 920-766-7323
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Building Inspector ..................................................MARTY JOHNSON
..........................................................AFR Inspection SVC Inc.
.............................................8291 Tritt Rd., Omro, WI 54963
...................................................... Telephone: 920-685-6755
Constable ...................................................................... MIKE JESKE
.................................. 8093 Geenen St., Kaukauna, WI 54130
...................................................... Telephone: 920-470-5222
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TOWN OF HUMBOLDT
TOWN HALL ................................................. 5500 Humboldt Road
MAILING ADDRESS:..............................575 S. New Franken Road
......................................................Green Bay, WI 54311
......................................................Telephone: 863-3578
..................................................................... FAX # 863-3388
Chairman ................................................ NORBERT DANTINNE, JR.
................................ 5250 Finger Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6323
Supervisor.................................................... MERLIN VANDEN PLAS
.................391 S. Water Division Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6119
Supervisor............................................................. CHUCK KARNOPP
.......................1151 S. Sugarbush Rd., Luxemburg, WI 54217
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6561
Clerk
....................................................................JUDY BAIERL
...................... 575 S. New Franken Rd., Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-3370
.......................................................... Fax Number: 863-3388
............................................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer ............................................................. JEANNE CONARD
......................... 6160 Humboldt Road, Luxemburg, WI 54217
.............................................................Telephone: 845-5459
Assessor ..................................................... ROBERT TAICHER, JR.
................................ 3805 Maple Court, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6454
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Zoning Administrator....................................................CLETE CISLER
.....................246 N. Vandenberg Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 465-0083
Constable ..................................................................... STEVE DART
.................................. 660 Jossart Rd., Luxemburg, WI 54217
.............................................................Telephone: 609-8323
Building Inspector ............................................R. MARK STEVENSON
............................. 3497 Weldon Ct., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
...................................................Telephone: 1-877-888-1290
................................................................. Cell: 920-609-7598
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TOWN OF LAWRENCE
TOWN HALL ...................................................... 2595 French Road
MAILING ADDRESS:.......................................... 2595 French Road
.......................................................... De Pere, WI 54115
......................................................Telephone: 336-9131
.................................................................... FAX #: 336-9193
...................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Chairman ...................................................................JOHN KLASEN
Supervisor......................................................KENNETH VAN DE HEI
Supervisor..................................................................RANDY TREML
Supervisor........................................................... MARY JO KUSSOW
Supervisor........................................................ RANDY VANDENACK
Clerk/Treasurer................................................................ JUDY BENZ
Assessor .............................................. ASSOCIATED APPRAISERS
...............................1731 W Washington, Appleton, WI 54914
...................................................... Telephone: 920-749-1995
Multijurisdictional Judge.....................................RONALD VAN LANEN
Building Inspector ........................................................... TOM SMITH
...................................................... Telephone: 920-655-1735
..............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
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TOWN OF LEDGEVIEW
TOWN HALL................................................. 3700 Dickinson Road
MAILING ADDRESS:..................................... 3700 Dickinson Road
..........................................................De Pere, WI 54115
......................................................Telephone: 336-3360
........................................................................FAX: 336-8517
................................WEBSITE: www.ledgeviewwisconsin.com
Chairman .......................................................... JEFF VAN STRATEN
............................. 1371 Silverstone Trail., De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 676-1598
Supervisor................................................................. GREG RUNNOE
..............................4302 Plantation Court, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 337-2242
Supervisor..............................................................PHILIP J. DANEN
........................ 600 Winding Waters Way, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 362-2246
Supervisor.................................................................. ANDY SCHLAG
..................................2247 Scray Hill Rd., De Pere WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 639-5900
Supervisor........................................................RENEE VAN ROSSUM
.................................845 Lone Oak Road, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 884-1351
Clerk/Administrator ...............................................SARAH BURDETTE
.......................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Deputy Clerk ........................................................... NANCY HAWLEY
............................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer .............................................................. LUANN PANSIER
.............................E-MAIL: [email protected]
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Deputy Treasurer....................................................... RENAE PETERS
............................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Assessor .................................................................... MIKE DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
..............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
Multijurisdictional Judge............................................. DAVID MATYAS
.............................................................Telephone: 339-2463
Constable ...................................................................PAT VAN RITE
.......................................4255 Main St. Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 621-3765
Building Inspector/Zoning Administrator ........................ BOB GERBERS
.................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Public Works Operator............................................... MARK PANSIER
............................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Public Works Crew Member............................................ANDY TENOR
................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Code Enforcement Officer ......................................... MARK ROBERTS
........................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
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TOWN OF MORRISON
TOWN HALL.......................................................... 3792 Park Road
MAILING ADDRESS:................................................4207 Hill Road
......................................................Greenleaf, WI 54126
......................................................Telephone: 864-2322
.................................................................... FAX #: 864-3495
.......................................WEBSITE: www.townofmorrison.org
............................ EMAIL: [email protected]
Chairman ....................................................... TODD CHRISTENSEN
.....................................4038 Mill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 676-9079
....................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor................................................................RONALD LEMKE
......................................3965 Hill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 606-6153
............................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor................................................................KEVIN COLLINS
......................................3489 Hill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7351
................................................. E-MAIL: [email protected]
Clerk
............................................................ COLLEEN MAGLEY
......................................4207 Hill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-2322
...........................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer .......................................................... NANCY PANTZLAFF
.....................................3963 Lark Road, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7334
..............................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Assessor ..............................................................MICHAEL DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
............................................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
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Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Constable ................................................................. DENNIS LAABS
............................7597 County Road W, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7326
.........................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
Zoning Administrator.....................................................JOY KOOMEN
................................ 7648 Morrison Rd., Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-2383
...........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Building Inspector ..................................................MARTY JOHNSON
.......................................... 8291 Tritt Road, Omro, WI 54963
....................................................Telephone: (920) 685-6755
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TOWN OF NEW DENMARK
TOWN HALL ........................................... 5531 W. Town Hall Road
MAILING ADDRESS:..................................... 5993 W. Cherney Rd.
.......................................................Denmark, WI 54208
......................................................Telephone: 863-3886
..................................................................... FAX # 863-5523
Chairman ......................................................... WILLIAM KRUEGER
................................ 6246 Weber Road, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6965
Supervisor........................................................ MATTHEW GOETSCH
................................... 6396 Co. Road R, Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-3956
........................................ E-MAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor...............................................................FRANCIS RABAS
................................... 5340 Maribel Rd., Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2194
Clerk
.................................................... MICHELLE WALLERIUS
............................ 5993 W. Cherney Rd., Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-5523
......................................... E-MAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer ..........................................................DAWN CHERVENKA
.......................... 5856 Langes Corner Rd, Denmark WI 54208
............................................................ Telephone: 863-6677
Assessor .................................................................GARY TAICHER
..............................4408 Pine Grove Rd., Denmark, WI 54208
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2913
Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Constable ................................................................... STEVE OLSEN
.......................... 5951 Old Settlers Road, Denmark, WI 54208
..............................................................Telephone: 863-8081
Building Inspector ................................................ NORBERT BURESH
.........................1760 Eldorado Dr., #8, Green Bay, WI 54302
.............................................................Telephone: 468-0487
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TOWN OF PITTSFIELD
TOWN HALL.................................................... 3041 Kunesh North
MAILING ADDRESS:.....................................5771 Town Hall Drive
...........................................................Pulaski, WI 54162
......................................................Telephone: 865-7907
................................................................... FAX #: 822-1971
................................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
Chairman ................................................................. KEITH DENEYS
....................................4135 County Rd. C, Pulaski, WI 54162
.............................................................Telephone: 865-1200
.................................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor.................................................................. TOM HUETTER
.................................... 3306 Uphill Dr., Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 865-7084
Supervisor......................................................RAYMOND TAUSCHER
.............................4866 Meadow Drive, Green Bay, WI 54313
.............................................................Telephone: 865-7128
Clerk
................................................................ JANET BODART
................................5771 Town Hall Drive, Pulaski, WI 54162
.............................................................Telephone: 822-3409
Treasurer ............................................................. SANDRA HARRIG
...................................5920 Town Hall Dr., Pulaski, WI 54162
.............................................................Telephone: 822-3073
Assessor .............................................................ROBERT DEMUTH
......................................250 Erie Road, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-3081
.............................................. E-MAIL: [email protected]
Building Inspector .....................................................DONNA JENSEN
...............................981 N. Ridgeview Ct., Sobieski, WI 54171
.............................................................Telephone: 822-4312
Zoning Administrator.......................................... DEBBIE DIEDERICH
..................................6304 Old Hwy. 29, Seymour, WI 54165
.............................................................Telephone: 865-4282
............................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
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TOWN OF ROCKLAND
TOWN HALL ............................................... 1712 Bob-Bea-Jan Rd.
MAILING ADDRESS:....................................................P. O. Box 27
..........................................................De Pere, WI 54115
......................................................Telephone: 336-2814
..................................................................... FAX # 336-5565
Chairman ....................................................... DENNIS J. CASHMAN
.....................................3114 Cty. Rd. ZZ, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 336-7814
Supervisor.................................................... GLEN R. SCHWALBACH
............................... 1090 Moon River Dr., De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 532-6330
Supervisor....................................................VICKY VAN VONDEREN
.....................................2645 Bildings Dr., De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 983-9775
Clerk
................................................................... TONI CARTER
..............................3413 County Road PP, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 336-7308
...................................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer .............................................................. MARY VAN DYCK
................................ 2185 Deer Point Ln., De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 336-5968
Assessor ............................................................ ROBERT TAICHER
.................................... 3805 Maple Ct., Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6454
Zoning Administrator/Building Inspector ........................ BOB GERBERS
.....................................2625 Bildings Dr., De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 336-7095
Planning Commission Administrator ................................ BOB COENEN
.................................... 1913 Lasee Road, De Pere, WI 54115
.............................................................Telephone: 336-1634
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TOWN OF SCOTT
TOWN HALL.......................................................... 2621 Jody Drive
MAILING ADDRESS:............................................ 2621 Jody Drive
................................................. New Franken, WI 54229
......................................................Telephone: 406-9380
..................................................................... FAX # 406-9381
..........................................E-MAIL: [email protected]
........................................... WEBSITE: www.townofscott.com
Chairman ............................................................. MIKE VAN LANEN
..................... 2027 Meadowlinks Dr., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-9239
Supervisor......................................................... CYRIL VAN LAANEN
...................... 3077 S. Holland Road, New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2427
Supervisor............................................................ KENNETH JACOBS
.........................4357 Champion Rd., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2230
Supervisor.............................................................COLLEEN HARRIS
..........................4090 Hackberry Court, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 465-8991
Supervisor................................................... JEFFREY ZLATOHLAVEK
........................3735 Champeau Rd., New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 465-0859
Clerk/Treasurer............................................................JOHN J. ROTH
.............................. 2621 Jody Drive, New Franken, WI 54229
.............................................................Telephone: 406-9380
Assessor ............................................................ ROBERT TAICHER
.............................................................Telephone: 863-6454
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Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Constable .............................................................. LELAND BAENEN
.............................................................Telephone: 866-2658
Constable ........................................................ HARVEY ANDERSON
.............................................................Telephone: 866-3772
Building & Electrical Inspector ........................................ DALE FIDLER
.............................................................Telephone: 863-2318
Plumbing Inspector ............................................. RICK PREVOST, JR.
.............................................................Telephone: 866-9499
Zoning Administrator..................................................... DAVE CERNY
.............................................................Telephone: 412-2111
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TOWN OF WRIGHTSTOWN
TOWN HALL.......................................................... 1527 Day Street
MAILING ADDRESS:....................................................P O Box 175
.......................................................Greenleaf, WI 54126
......................................................Telephone: 864-7927
..................................................................... FAX#: 864-7917
Chairman ....................................................WILLIAM R. VERBETEN
.................................. 7073 Blake Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7549
...................................... EMAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor.................................................................. RONALD DINY
..................................... 6584 Blake Rd., Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-2331
.................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
Supervisor.................................................................JESSIE JUEDES
........................................ P O Box 193, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 371-1403
................................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
Clerk
.......................................................... DONNA MARTZAHL
......................................... P O Box 175, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 864-7927
..................................................................... FAX#: 864-7917
..........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Treasurer ................................................................... NANCY LEICK
......................................2061 Mill Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-3879
..........................................EMAIL: [email protected]
Assessor ..............................................................MICHAEL DENOR
............. 2555 Continental Ct., Suite #2, Green Bay, WI 54311
.............................................................Telephone: 468-9698
............................................. EMAIL: [email protected]
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Multi-Jurisdictional Judge ..........................................CLETUS HUBERS
...................................................... Telephone: 920-660-2331
Building Inspector ................................................MARTIN JOHNSON
....................................................... Telephone: 920-685-6755
............................................................ Mobile: 920-410-6756
Zoning Administrator.......................................... RICHARD GERBERS
................................ 6816 Shanty Road, Greenleaf, WI 54126
.............................................................Telephone: 532-0524
................................................ EMAIL: [email protected]
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BROWN COUNTY
HISTORICAL BACKGROUND
Brown County has been called the birthplace of Wisconsin.
Within its boundaries the first white man set foot in the state when Jean
Nicolet stepped ashore at Red Banks in 1634. The mouth of the Fox
River nourished the first religious missions and fur trading posts, and
there the first permanent white settlement began with the arrival of
Charles De Langlade and his family about 1745.
In 1671 Jesuit Father Claude Allouez established the Mission of
St. Francois Xavier at the foot of the De Pere rapids. The mission was a
center of religious and commercial activity until it closed in 1728,
although its work was intermittently halted by Indian hostilities. In what
are now the Chicago & North Western Railroad yards in Green Bay the
French built a small stockade fort as a base for operations; it
subsequently became a British post and, finally, the site of the U.S.
Military Post of Fort Howard.
Although the Treaty of Paris, ending the American Revolution,
gave what is now Wisconsin to the new United States, the infant republic
was unable to assert sovereignty until the close of the War of 1812. Fort
Howard was established in 1816, shortly followed by the vanguard of
pioneers from New England and New York, who gradually pushed the
original French-Canadian settlers into the background while laying the
foundations of today's communities.
Brown County, formally established as part of the Michigan
territory in 1818, comprised the entire eastern half of the State of
Wisconsin. It was named for Major General Jacob Brown, one of the
successful military leaders of the War of 1812 and subsequently Generalin-Chief of the United States Army. Fort Howard was named for Brig.
Gen. Benjamin Howard, an otherwise undistinguished soldier, who died
while in command in the West during the war.
By the time Wisconsin Territory was established in 1836 the
southern third of Brown County had been amputated to form new
counties in the more rapidly growing southeastern portion of the territory.
When Wisconsin became a state Brown County included what are now
the counties of Door, Outagamie, Kewaunee, and Oconto but by 1852
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these had been withdrawn and Brown was confined to its present area of
538 square miles or 344,320 acres.
The first Courthouse was established in 1824, in a log cabin.
The site is marked by a monument in Heritage Hill State Park in the
Village of Allouez.
Among the early Yankee pioneers were Daniel Whitney,
Morgan L. Martin, James Duane Doty, Henry S. Baird, Joel S. Fisk, William
Dickinson, John Penn Arndt and Hoel S. Wright, all of whom played
significant roles in the settlement of the area. In 1829, Whitney platted
the Town of Navarino, which eventually became the downtown business
district of Green Bay, while his rival Dickinson moved south to establish
De Pere. On the original 1835 map of the Town of Astor, John Jacob
Astor, Robert Stuart and Ramsey Crooks are listed as the proprietors
(developers) of the Town which was adjacent to the Town of Navarino.
Hoel S. Wright developed Bridgeport, a community to the south on the
Fox River. The name was later changed to Wrightstown to honor its
founder.
An 1837 referendum to locate a county seat resulted in De
Pere capturing the prize when Astor and Navarino canceled each other's
vote. The defeat taught the rivals a lesson and they joined as the
Borough of Green Bay in 1838, but De Pere remained the county seat
until Green Bay was incorporated as a city in 1854.
As the area gradually filled up, the county was divided into
towns. By 1935 the Towns of Green Bay, De Pere, and Howard had
been established. In 1906, the last town established was Hobart creating
20 towns in all. The total was reduced when the Town of Howard
became a Village in 1959 and the Town of Preble consolidated with the
City of Green Bay in 1964. In recent years the Towns of Allouez,
Ashwaubenon, Bellevue, Hobart and Suamico have changed to Village
status.
Removal of the Menominee Indians and the withdrawal of the
Fort Howard Garrison in the 1840's opened the west side of the Fox River
to settlement. In a short time, the villages of West De Pere and Fort
Howard sprang up to dispute industrial leadership with De Pere and
Green Bay. The bitter rivalry both stimulated and retarded progress until
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the De Peres consolidated in 1889 and Green Bay and Fort Howard
followed suit six years later in 1895.
Courthouse
The first courthouse in Green Bay was a versatile little building
on the site of St. Willebrord's Church, it also served as City Hall, a public
meeting place, a schoolhouse and as the first church of the St. Willebrord
congregation. A second courthouse, built at the southwest corner of
Jefferson and Cherry Streets in 1868, remained in use until the
completion of the present courthouse in 1910.
C.E. Bell's Brown County Courthouse is an impressive BeauxArts Structure, situated in a relatively small urban environment. Its
characteristically Beaux-Arts, cross-axial approach provides a lasting
impression of this finely proportioned and balanced design. The very lack
of unnecessary details emphasizes its geometrically ordered elevations.
It is three-stories high, plus an attic story and the dome. All four
entrances utilize the Ionic order. The main entrance, balanced by
coupled Ionic columns, projects more and is made more imposing by the
slightly taller pediment. The composition adheres to the three-bay
system, showing great concern with symmetry, balance and clarity.
Rustication varies, and it provides surface contrasts. The design is very
symmetrical. The dome is square at the base, with four massive corner
piers, and Ionic columns, both single and coupled from where the cupola
rises, surmounted by the lantern.
Franz Rohrbeck, the noted panorama painter of San Francisco
and Milwaukee, painted murals in the courthouse showing Jean Nicolet's
landing in 1634, Indian Battles, Old Fort Howard, and arrival of Father
Claude Allouez in the company of an Indian Chief. For the dome,
Rohrbeck used allegorical subject matter -- Justice, Agriculture,
Commerce and Industry. The Brown County Courthouse has nobility and
dignity, and Bell's mastery of Beaux-Arts style shows selectively in motifs
and fine proportioning of the mass.
Standing on the northeast corner of the courthouse grounds,
Sidney Bedore's sculpture, "Spirit of the Northwest", showing the early
Jesuit Missionary Father Claude Allouez, the French Explorer-Trader
Nicolas Perrot and an Indian, complements the classically-oriented
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building. To the west of the “Spirit of the Northwest” lies the Replica of
the Liberty Bell, which was dedicated on September 11, 2002. David Lee
Gauthier of Green Bay was the director of the Liberty Bell project. The
project was a tribute to the innocent lives lost in an attack on America on
September 11, 2001. The dedication of the Liberty Bell at the Brown
County Courthouse on September 11, 2002, marked the 250th
Anniversary of the Liberty Bell.
Industries
Brown County is composed of 13 townships, 9 villages and two
cities, of which Green Bay is the largest. Green Bay is one of the most
progressive and rapidly growing cities in Wisconsin while still retaining
some of the most beautiful and charming residential suburbs.
The 30 largest employers in the Green Bay Area are:
Humana; Schneider National, Inc.; Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin;
Georgia-Pacific Corporation, Bellin Health, Aurora Health Care; St. Vincent
Hospital; American Foods Group; WI Public Service; United Health Group;
JPS Packerland; Shopko Stores; Prevea Clinic; Associated Banc-Corp; KI;
Proctor & Gamble Paper Products, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc.; Ameriprise Auto
& Home Insurance; Green Bay Packaging, Inc.; APAC Customer Services;
Paper Converting Machine Company; Schreiber Foods, Inc.; RR Donnelly;
St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center; Green Bay Packers, Inc.; Festival
Foods; St. Norbert College; H.J. Martin & Son, Inc.; Coating Excellence
International; and Belmark, Inc. (Source: Green Bay Area Chamber of
Commerce)
The principal industry of the Green Bay area is that of
papermaking. The papermaking industry consists of paper mills, pulp
mills and paper converting companies. These mills specialize in tissue
papers, such as toilet paper, towels, napkins and tablecloths, with some
wrapping and printing papers, and in chipboard for the manufacture of
boxes, all of which are used throughout the nation.
Green Bay is one of the largest cheese processing,
concentrating and shipping center in the U.S. Brown County is also the
home of an internationally recognized manufacturer of custom log
homes. Other important industries located in Brown County are furniture
factories, automobile parts plants, cold storage plants, dairy products
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plants, fisheries, meat packaging and processing, machinery production,
transportation, tourism and national communications
Green Bay is home base for one of the nation's most
recognized environmental quality paper converters and recycling
companies. In fact, the recycling industry is fast becoming a sizable
economic force in new jobs: paper, plastics, and wood products are all
being recycled/processed locally.
Agriculture
Agriculture is an important economic force in Brown County,
providing 15,234 jobs (almost 8.5% of the county’s workforce of
179,992) for Brown County residents. Brown County ranks in the top ten
counties in the state for agricultural, milk and dairy products sold,
accounting for $3.3 billion in economic activity in Brown County. Who
owns the farms in Brown County? Individuals or families own 88%;
Family partnerships own 8.5%; Family-owned corporations own 3.3%;
and non-family corporations own 0.2%. These farms in Brown County
account for approximately 2.3 million pounds of milk produced from
approximately 40,000 dairy cows.
Tourism/Recreation
Brown County boasts numerous tourism attractions which
include: Heritage Hill State Park, the N.E.W. Zoo, the National Railroad
Museum, newly renovated Lambeau Field, the Packer Football Hall of
Fame, Green Bay Botanical Gardens, Triangle Sports Area, Neville Public
Museum, World Trade Center 911 Memorial, Hazelwood Historic House
Museum, Bay Beach Amusement Park and Wildlife Sanctuary, Fox River
Trail, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, Meyer Theater and many
others.
The Fox River is once again becoming a major attraction for
water sports, sport fishing and walleye hatchery. Much of the success is
due to the improvement of the water's quality and waterfront
development/planning.
(See Pages 82-85 for more information on Parks and Trails.)
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Transportation
The Green Bay area is the transportation hub of Northeastern
Wisconsin. Our highway system has the only complete beltline in
Wisconsin.
Together with rail and port facilities, there is excellent cargo
service provided by Canadian National.
Many trucking firms haul cargo out of Green Bay, with one of
the nation's largest (Schneider National) having its headquarters and
terminals located within our boundaries.
Brown County has one of the finest harbors on the Great
Lakes, and the Port of Green Bay is an international port for domestic and
foreign trade. Ocean vessels also call at the Port of Green Bay on a
regular basis. The commercial tonnage entering the harbor has annually
averaged more than 175 ships and 2 million tons.
Austin Straubel International Airport is owned by Brown
County and was named in honor of Lt. Col. Austin Straubel, a Green Bay
native, killed in action while serving the U.S. Air Corps in the South Pacific
in February 1942. Austin Straubel International Airport is the third largest
airport in the State of Wisconsin and has title to 2,500 acres.
Education
Brown County offers higher education opportunities and is
home to the following institutions: The University of Wisconsin-Green
Bay (UWGB), St. Norbert College (SNC), Northeastern Wisconsin
Technical College (NWTC), Bellin School of Nursing, ITT Technical
Institute, Martins College of Cosmetology and WI College of Cosmetology.
The following institutions also offer classes in Brown County: Concordia
College, College of Menominee-GB, Lakeland College, Rasmussen
College, Silver Lake College, and Viterbo College.
UWGB was established in 1969. Academic offerings were
expanded in the fall of 1974 to include a Master's Degree program.
Undergraduate enrollment on the 600 acre campus is approximately
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5,000. The campus is located on wooded bay shore property on the
northeast side of the City of Green Bay. (Telephone: 465-2293)
SNC is a private, co-educational liberal arts college located on
the Fox River in De Pere. The institution was founded in 1898 by the
Reverend Bernard H. Pennings, a Norbertine priest. The current
enrollment is approximately 2,100 students. (Telephone: 337-3181)
NWTC has a total student population of 42,425 of which
15,806 are program students. The modern, 15-building education facility
on West Mason Street in Green Bay opened in 1972. (Telephone: 4985400)
Bellin School of Nursing is located at 725 S. Webster Avenue,
Green Bay, WI 54301 (Telephone: 433-3560)
WI College of Cosmetology is located at 2960 Allied Street,
Green Bay, WI 54304 (Telephone: 336-8888)
Martins College of Cosmetology is located at 2575 West Mason
Street, Green Bay, WI 54304 (Telephone: 494-1430)
Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers are the only publicly owned
professional sports franchise in the United States, this gives the Packers’
a fan base of people from all around the world.
Green Bay Packers football has been synonymous with
leadership, talent, and winning, thanks to the likes of Lambeau, Hudson,
Canadeo, Lombardi, Starr, Taylor, Davis, Nitschke and numerous others
who are today enshrined in the Pro-Football Hall of Fame. Green Bay
holds the distinction of being nicknamed “Titletown, U.S.A.” because of
the Packers’ domination of professional football throughout the 1960’s.
The Green Bay Packers have captured the National Football
League Championship on 12 occasions. In addition the team won Super
Bowls I and II, then known as the inter-league playoff, between the
champions of the National Football League and the American Football
League. In 1996, the Packers won Super Bowl XXXI.
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National Football League Championships
1929, 1930, 1931 (Determined by Standings)
1936 Green Bay -- 21; Boston Redskins -- 6
1939 Green Bay -- 27; New York Giants -- 0
1944 Green Bay -- 14; New York Giants -- 7
1961 Green Bay -- 37; New York Giants -- 0
1962 Green Bay -- 16; New York Giants -- 7
1965 Green Bay -- 23; Cleveland Browns -- 12
1966 Green Bay -- 34; Dallas Cowboys -- 27
1967 Green Bay -- 21; Dallas Cowboys -- 17
1996 Green Bay -- 30; Carolina Panthers -- 13
1997 Green Bay -- 23; San Francisco -- 10
Super Bowl Wins
1966 Green Bay -- 35; Kansas City -- 10 (Super Bowl I)
1967 Green Bay -- 33; Oakland -- 14 (Super Bowl II)
1996 Green Bay -- 35; New England -- 21 (Super Bowl XXXI)
Veterans
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much
owed by so many to so few." Winston Churchill--August 20,
1940
In this description of the brave 1940 RAF pilots, does Prime
Minister Winston Churchill actually pay tribute to:...all veterans, of all
nations, for all times. With this in mind, it is an honor to pay tribute to
the more than 21,000 Brown County Veterans of all wars,... those
soldiers who returned home to build Brown County and those who have
given their last measure.
"Your contributions have not been forgotten.
On all battlefields, on all continents."
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BROWN COUNTY POLLS
VOTING HOURS (rev. 5-2010)
TOWNS
Eaton
Glenmore
Green Bay
Holland
Humboldt
Lawrence
Ledgeview
Morrison
New Denmark
Pittsfield
Rockland
Scott
Wrightstown
VILLAGES
Allouez, Wards 1-2
Allouez, Wards 3-4
Allouez, Wards 5-6
Allouez, Wards 7-9
POLLING PLACES
Town Hall
3063 S. County Road T
Community Center
5718 Dickinson Road
Town Hall
5999 County Road K
Town Hall
1671 Hill Road
Town Hall
5005 Humboldt Road
Town Hall
2595 French Road
Municipal Building
3700 Dickinson Road
Town Hall
3792 Park Road
Town Hall
5531 W. Town Hall Road
Town Hall
3041 Kunesh North
Town Hall
1712 Bob-Bea-Jan Road
Town Hall
2621 Jody Drive
Town Hall
1527 Day Street
Village Hall
1900 Libal Street
Community Center
2143 S. Webster Avenue
Green Isle Park
2500 Greene Avenue
Green Isle Park
2500 Green Avenue
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VILLAGES
Ashwaubenon:
Wards 1-2
Wards 3-4
Wards 5-6
Wards 7-8
Wards 9-10
Wards 11-12
Bellevue, Wards 1-6
Bellevue, Wards 7-10
Denmark
Hobart
Howard, Wards 1-4, 11-12
Howard, Wards 5-10
Howard, Wards 13-16
Pulaski, Wards 1-3, 6
Suamico, Wards 1-3,7,10
Suamico, Wards 4-6,8,9
Wrightstown
POLLING PLACES
Community Center (Back)
936 Anderson Drive
Village Hall
2155 Holmgren Way
Community Center (Front)
936 Anderson Drive
Fire Station #2
1310 Ponderosa Avenue
Pioneer School
1360 Ponderosa Avenue
School District Office
1055 Griffiths Lane
Community Center
1811 Allouez Avenue
Public Safety/Village Hall
3100 Eaton Road
Village Hall
118 E. Main Street
Woodland Worship Center
760 Airport Drive
Green Bay Community Church
600 Cardinal Lane
Village Hall
2456 Glendale Avenue
Bay View Middle School
1217 Cardinal Lane
Municipal Building
421 S. St. Augustine
Idlewild Park
1500 Cotton Drive
Calavera Park
2694 Flintville Rd. (Cty. M)
American Legion
924 Main Street
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CITY OF DE PERE
1st Ald. District
Wards 1-3
2nd Ald. District
Wards 4-7, 15-17
3rd Ald. District
Wards 11-14
4th Ald. District
Wards 8-10
POLLING PLACES
First United Presbyterian Church
605 N. Webster Avenue
Notre Dame Middle School
220 S. Michigan Street
St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church
2066 Lawrence Drive
De Pere Community Center-Lower Level
600 Grant Street
CITY OF GREEN BAY
1st District
Ward 1
1st District
Ward 2
1st District
Ward 3
1st District
Ward 4
1st District
Ward 5
2nd District
Ward 6
2nd District
Ward 7
2nd District
Ward 8
2nd District
Ward 9
3rd District
Ward 10
3rd District
Ward 11
3rd District
Ward 12
3rd District
Ward 13
4th District
Ward 14
Holy Cross Parochial School
3002 Bay Settlement Road
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive
N.E.W. Curative Rehabilitation Center
2900 Curry Lane
Baird Elementary School
539 Laverne Drive
Holy Martyrs of Gorcum School
3542 Finger Road
Riviera Lanes
2450 University Avenue
Atonement Lutheran Church
2132 Deckner Avenue
Martin Elementary School
626 Pinehurst Drive
Edison Middle School
442 Alpine Drive
Wilder Elementary School
2590 Robinson Avenue
Fire Station #5
2310 Finger Road
Eisenhower Elementary School
1770 Amy Street
St. Bernard’s Parish
2040 Hillside Lane
Brown County Extension Center
1150 Bellevue Street
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CITY OF GREEN BAY
4th District
Ward 15
4th District
Ward 16
4th District
Ward 17
5th District
Ward 18
5th District
Ward 19
5th District
Ward 20
5th District
Ward 21
6th District
Ward 22
6th District
Ward 23
6th District
Ward 24
6th District
Ward 25
7th District
Ward 26
7th District
Ward 27
7th District
Ward 28
7th District
Ward 29
8th District
Ward 30
8th District
Ward 31
8th District
Ward 32
8th District
Ward 33
POLLING PLACES
St. Mary of the Angels Roller Rink
1255 Cass Street
Union Congregational Church
716 S. Madison Street
First United Church of Christ
509 S. Webster Avenue
Green Bay Metro Transit Center
901 University Avenue
Washington Middle School
314 S. Baird Street
Our Saviour’s Lutheran Church
120 S. Henry Street
Danz Elementary School
2130 Basten Street
Bay Evangelical Covenant Church
2280 Nicolet Drive
Kennedy Park Shelter House
2227 Farlin Avenue
Labor Temple Building
1570 Elizabeth Street
Ss. Peter & Paul School
1420 Harvey Street
Devine Temple Church of God in Christ
217 N. Madison Street
Fort Howard Elementary School
520 Dousman Street
Bethel Evangelical Lutheran Church
1350 Bond Street
Jefferson Elementary School
905 Harrison Street
St. Paul’s Methodist Church
341 Wilson Avenue
Redeemer Lutheran Church
210 S. Oneida Street
Calvary Lutheran Church
1301 S. Ridge Road
Beaumont Elementary School
1505 Gatewood Street
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CITY OF GREEN BAY
9th District
Ward 34
9th District
Ward 35
9th District
Ward 36
9th District
Ward 37
10th District
Ward 38
10th District
Ward 39
10th District
Ward 40
10th District
Ward 41
11th District
Ward 42
11th District
Ward 43
11th District
Ward 44
11th District
Ward 45
12th District
Ward 46
12th District
Ward 47
12th District
Ward 48
12th District
Ward 49
1st District
Ward 50
POLLING PLACES
Norwood Adult Care Center
1308 S. Norwood Avenue
St. Joseph's Parochial School
1224 Twelfth Avenue
Trinity Lutheran Church
330 South Broadway
First Presbyterian Church
200 South Ashland Avenue
Trinity/St Jude School
1423 Kellogg Street
Seventh Day Adventist Church
1414 Shawano Avenue
Living Hope Church
1840 West Mason Street
Helen Keller School
1806 Bond Street
Jackson Elementary School
1306 S. Ridge Road
John Muir Park Shelter House
1761 Biemeret Street
Bridge Point Church
2421 West Point Road
Kennedy Elementary School
1754 Ninth Street
St. Elizabeth Seton Church
2771 Oakwood Drive
Church of Christ
2683 West Point Road
Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary
1601 Dancing Dunes Drive
Green Bay Botanical Gardens
2600 Larsen Road
Holy Cross Parochial School
3002 Bay Settlement Road
PLEASE NOTE: ALL POLLING PLACES OPEN AT AND CLOSE AT
8:00 P.M.
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COURTHOUSE SQUARE
MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 23600
Green Bay, Wisconsin 54305-3600
OFFICE HOURS
Monday thru Friday
8:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon
1:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
The following offices are also open during the noon hour:
Clerk of Courts
County Clerk *
County Treasurer
Register of Deeds
Human Resources Department
Facility & Park Department
Veterans Services Office
Closed Saturdays and Sundays and the following Holidays:
New Years Day
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
Tentative Furlough Days **
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Friday, November 26, 2010
Closed All Day
Friday, December 24, 2010
Friday, December 31, 2010
Sheriff’s Department is Open 24 Hours a Day all Year.
* Licensing, Permits and Monetary Transactions until 4:00 p.m.
** Please Call for Verification of Operating Hours.
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