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From the Classroom to the Parks System to the Government Board Room — Marathon County Supervisor Allen Opall Leads & Serves His Community

After working for a decade as a teacher and then serving as a Park Manager for Wausau and Marathon County for 20 years, Allen Opall got involved in Town of Rib Mountain Government.

He has close to 2 decades at the helm for the Town of Rib Mountain, and spent the last 6 years representing Rib Mountain while also serving on the Marathon County Board of Supervisors. His interest in civics and local government is matched (or perhaps exceeded) by his love for the outdoors. Get to know a bit more about Supervisor Opall in the full article… (Click the title for details.)

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Corporation Counsel Scott Corbett Is the County’s Legal Voice — From the Simple to the Supreme

Scott Corbett serves as Marathon County’s Corporation Counsel, providing legal advice, assistance, formal opinions, and court representation to the County Board, County departments, and elected officials.

If you’ve ever wondered who works with Adult and Child Protective Services, handles involuntary commitments to mental health services, establishes paternity or child support orders, and a host of other legal matters for residents, officials, and employees of Marathon County, check out Supervisor Katie Rosenberg’s profile of Scott Corbett. (Click the title to read more…)

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“I’m Glad You Asked . . .” The Top-5 Questions People Ask the Marathon County CONSERVATION, PLANNING, & ZONING DEPARTMENT

CPZ Director Rebecca Frisch provides insights into the top-5 questions people ask the Marathon County Conservation, Planning, & Zoning Department. Get insightful answers to 5 questions about their mapping app available to the public, protecting our waters from pollution, Town vs. County zoning options, and more in the full article . . .
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Marathon County’s Uniform Addressing Project to PAUSE Until Spring 2019

Marathon County will “hit the Pause button” on its Uniform Addressing project in November, when snow and frozen ground will prohibit crews from installing any more street and address signposts. Workers will begin installing signs again in spring 2019.

Read on for info on voter ID, project updates, a children’s “My Home Address” practice worksheet, and which municipalities are scheduled to get new addresses yet in 2018 and which will wait till 2019.  (Click the title to read the full story.)

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Uniform Addressing Project to Begin in Eastern Marathon County on April 9, 2018

If the ground has thawed, new Uniform Address signs & signposts will begin to be installed in the Towns of Harrison and Plover on April 9, 2018. Follow along with the online Sign-Installation Progress Map as workers make their way from east to west across Marathon County re-addressing properties from April to November 2018… (Click the title to read the full story.)

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Marathon County’s Uniform Addressing Project to Begin Spring 2018 :: New Reflective Address & Street-Name Signs Aim to Improve Public Safety, Officials Say

In January 2018, the Marathon County CPZ Dept. will begin to mail an initial postcard announcement to over 20,000 residents, landowners, & business owners who will receive new Uniform Addresses. Get the details & where to turn for help… (Click the title to read the full story.)

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Marathon County Uniform Addressing Update

New 6-digit address numbers — and some renamed roads — are coming to much of Marathon County this spring. Read the full article for participating municipalities, sign installation plans, and changes to project funding, as well as handy checklists and tips for notifying others of your address change.
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