Board may link recreation and forestry jobs|
The Langlade County Board of Supervisors will meet Tuesday evening and consider replacing the recreation specialist with an employee who would combine forestry and recreation duties.
Filling the vacant position, created by a resignation earlier this spring, highlights the session being held in the lower level of the Safety Building starting at 6 p.m.
The public is encouraged to attend.
The resolution to refill the recreation position comes from the Forestry and Recreation and Executive committees.
The resolution notes the growth in recreation in Langlade County, expanding dramatically in the past dozen years.
The committees decided to create the “hybrid’’ position that shares the time and duties.
The financial note on the resolution shows that the post will call for $16,056 in annual spending over the former recreation-only post.
The cost for the position from August through December is $25,304 and during 2015, $73,241 with $44,637 in salary and the remainder is going to fringe benefits.
The figures are between $19.87 to $23.58 per hour.
The board is likely to act on a printing contract running from Aug. 1 to July 31, 2015.
Two bids were submitted and the low was from Clermont Printing Co. at $5,767.32. The resolution suggests Clermont be given the contract.
Under old business, supervisors will take another look at a resolution approved at the June meeting to refill a social worker position in the children and family services unit of the Social Services Department. The individual would be required to hold a masters degree.
The agenda makes no note why it is coming back to the floor.
The board will also consider a land swap with the city of Antigo. One of the parcels, owned by the county, is 1625 Deleglise St. and the city's land is at 1427 Arctic St.
There is no financial impact to the exchange.
Zoning amendments are being offered by the Water and Land Use Committee.
Those submitting the requests include Gary Waldvogel for lands in the town of Norwood and Norman Kolpack for lands in the town of Polar for a shift from agriculture to forestry.
Crystal Zimmerman will report on the accomplishments of the Boys and Girls Club of Langlade County during 2013 and Finance Director Gary Olsen will present the 2013 audit.
Several reports will close the session.
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