Emergency Management Director Philip Rentmeester answers common questions about who has authority to make local decisions during a crisis, what Emergency Management Directors do, how to sign up to receive emergency alerts via text, phone, or email, and more.
Learn how Emergency Management was involved in distributing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) acquired from the Strategic National Stockpile to support the Marathon County Health Department with their response efforts, as well as other roles the department has played during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. (Click the title for details…)
With community members not able to meet, network, or socialize in person these days, our Editorial Board thought we’d help folks get to know Marathon County’s new Administrator a bit better.
Get a peek inside Lance Leonhard’s mind regarding County Government challenges, opportunities, and more (including whether he watches Tiger King or not) in the full article. (Click the title for details…)
County Administrator Bard Karger offers a summary of the 5 things people have been asking him about most often during the final month of his decades-long employment with Marathon County.
Learn about the process (and timeline) for choosing the next County Administrator, as well as Brad’s insightful reflections on his 31 years in Marathon County Government.
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To further enhance Marathon County’s transparency, we’re introducing a new series we’re calling “I’m Glad You Asked…” in which a different County-level entity each month will highlight the top-5 questions Marathon County leaders and staff get asked by the public.
Brad Karger kicks off the series, providing insights on the top-5 questions people ask him as the Marathon County Administrator. (Click the title for details…)
See the Fact Sheet being prepared for the Marathon County Board to help inform their vote on the future of aquatic therapy at North Central Health Care. (Click the title to read more…)