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Community Conversation hosts Commissioner candidates

Ryan Bottger, Bobby Deschampe, David Keller and Jim Vannet. All four are vying for the Commissioner District One seat vacated by the resignation of Frank Moe.


 

Commissioner Storlie attends meetings at the West End and East End

Township annual meetings and election, a candidate forum in Hovland and a new approach to county communications.


 

County to implement branding, communication policies

As a means of transparency in local government and in an effort to communicate better both internally and outside the courthouse walls, Cook County staff and commissioners are working on branding them


 

County considers study on economic impact of local trails

The Cook County Parks and Trails Commission is considering taking on a study to find the economic impact of local trails, including ATV, skiing and other forms of recreation in the county.


 

Commissioners consider countywide mailbox policy

The county is considering a new policy regarding mailboxes for local residents.

WTIP’s Joe Friedrichs reports on this story. 
 


 

County moves ahead with work force housing project

The county commissioners voted unanimously to move ahead with the Lutsen work force housing project.


 

Sheriff gives updates on county law enforcement activities

Emergency management personnel for the county meet to coordinate for summer. Also an update on investigations underway. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Cook County Sheriff Pat Eliasen.


 

County simplifies agreement with YMCA

The county has a new management agreement with the YMCA, which simplifies building maintenance. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with county board chair, Jan Sivertson.


 

County ready to start comp-class study implementation

The county has completed a compensation/classification study revisiting pay and job equity. Over all, the results are good news.


 

Workforce housing controversy discussed by commissioner

Proposed workforce housing projects are causing a stir among some members of the public. WTIP’s Jay Andersen spoke with Commissioner Heidi Doo-Kirk.