Crawford County Supervisors hear from some citizens in favor of wind turbines
The Crawford County Board of Supervisors fielded another hour-long discussion about the potential impact of wind turbines during their weekly meeting on Tuesday. Chairperson Jeri Vogt provided KDSN with a brief recap of that.
The supervisors approved a letter of understanding related to the annual audit and endorsed high-priority repairs to a loose antenna on the radio tower at the courthouse. County Engineer Paul Assman told the board that road crews will be re-doing a one-mile stretch of the shoulder on the north side of E59. He will also be consulting with the City of Schleswig about an asphalt resurfacing project on a portion of E Avenue. Supervisors have started discussion with the Crawford County Firefighters Association regarding how to resolve compliance issues reported by the State Auditor early last week.
You can find full supervisor meeting agendas and minutes here.