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    Monroe County, Wisconsin

    County Seat – Sparta

    James Kuhn

    County Board Chair

    Sharon Folcey

    County Board Vice- Chair

    Compiled by:

    Shelley Bohl

    County Clerk

    This official directory can be found on the web:


    DepartmentsCounty ClerkCounty Official Directory

Telephone Numbers
Administrator, 14345 Co Hwy B 269-8944

Animal Shelter, 10714 St Hwy 16 269-8775

Child Support, 112 S Court St 269-8733

Circuit Judge I, 112 S Court St 269-8700

Circuit Judge II, 112 S Court St 269-8926

Circuit Judge III, 112 S Court St 269-8875

Clerk of Court, 112 S Court St 269-8745

Corporation Counsel, 112 S Court St 269-8891

County Board Chair, 202 S K St 269-8705

County Clerk, 202 S K St 269-8705

Dispatch, 210 W Oak St 269-8712

District Attorney, 112 S Court St 269-8780

Dog Control, 10714 St. Hwy 16.....................269-8775 or 269-8736

Emergency Management, 112 S Court St 269-8711

Family Court Commissioner, 112 W Oak St 269-2174

Finance, 14345 Co Hwy B 269-8707

Forestry, 14307 Co Hwy B 269-8635

Health, 14301 Co Hwy B 269-8666

WIC Program 269-8671

Highway, 803 Washington St 269-8740

Cashton Highway Shop 654-7612

Sparta Highway Shop 269-8773

Wilton Highway Shop 435-6633

History Room, 200 W Main St 269-8680

Human Services, 14301 Co Hwy B 269-8600

TDD/Hearing Impaired Only 269-8607

ADRC 800-500-3910

Information Systems, 14301 Co Hwy B 269-8696

Jail, 210 W Oak St 269-8759

JOBS Center, 120 E. Milwaukee St., Tomah 374-7740

Justice Programs, 919 Hoeschler Drive 269-8797 or 269-8897

Land Conservation, 820 Industrial Dr 269-8973

Maintenance, 14345 County Hwy B, Rm 4 269-8794

Medical Examiner, 112 S Court St 269-8721

Park, 14307 Co Hwy B 269-8635

Personnel, 14345 Co Hwy B 269-8719

Register in Probate, 112 S Court St 269-8701

Register of Deeds, 202 S K St 269-8716

Rolling Hills, 14345 Co Hwy B 269-8800

Sanitation, 14307 Co Hwy B 269-8736

Senior Services, 14305 Co Hwy B 269-8690

Sheriff, 210 W Oak St 269-2117

Solid Waste Management, 20448 Junco Rd, Norwalk 269-8783

Surveyor, 17055 Hornet Rd, Camp Douglas 427-3624

Treasurer, 202 S K St 269-8710

Real Property Lister/Land Information…………………….269-8623

University Extension, 14345 Co Hwy B 269-8722

Veterans Service, 202 S K St 269-8726

Victim/Witness, 112 S Court St 269-8779

Zoning & Planning 14307 Co Hwy B 269-8736

    County Offices closed for the following holidays:

      New Year’s Day

      Friday Before Easter

      Memorial Day

      Independence Day

      Labor Day

      Thanksgiving Day

      Friday after Thanksgiving

      Christmas Eve

      Christmas Day


    112 S. Court St., Sparta


    First Floor:

    Child Support

    Corporation Counsel

    Emergency Management


    Medical Examiner

    Sheriff (Annex)

    Second Floor:

    Clerk of Court

    District Attorney/Victim Witness

    Third Floor:

    Circuit Court – Branch I & II


    Circuit Court – Branch III

    Communications Center

    County Hwy B

    BUILDING “A” (14301)


    Human Services

    Information Systems

    BUILDING “B” (14305)

    Senior Services


    Non County Offices

    BUILDING “D” (14345)

    First Floor:


    Forestry/Parks/Sanitation/Dog Control


    Rolling Hills

    Second Floor:


    Third Floor:


    202 So. K Street, Sparta

    Administrative Building

    County Clerk

    Register of Deeds


    Veterans Service

    803 Washington Street, Sparta


    919 Hoeschler Drive #100, Sparta

    Justice Programs

    820 Industrial Dr. Ste 3, Sparta

    Land Conservation

    200 W. Main St., Sparta

    History Room

    20448 Junco Rd, Norwalk

    Solid Waste


Barack Obama President

Joseph Biden Vice-President
Secretary of Agriculture Tom J. Vilsack

Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker

Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter

Secretary of Education Arne Duncan

Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz

Secretary of Health & Human Services Sylvia Mathews Burwell

    Secretary of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson

Secretary of Housing & Urban Development Julian Castro

Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell

Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch

Secretary of Labor Thomas E. Perez

Secretary of State John Kerry

Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx

Secretary of Treasury Jack Lew

Secretary of Veterans Affairs Robert McDonald


General Federal Information Hotline 1-800-688-9889

Tammy Baldwin (D) U.S. Senator

Term: Six Years, Expires 1/2019

717 Hart

Washington DC 20510

(202) 224-5653

Fax: (202) 224-9787

    Website Form: baldwin.senate.gov

Ron Johnson (R) U.S. Senator

Term: Six Years, Expires 1/2017

328 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington DC 20510

(202) 224-5323

    Website Form: ronjohnson.senate.gov

Ron Kind (D) U. S. Representative

3rd Congressional District

Term: Two Years, Expires 1/2017

1502 Longworth Office Bldg

Washington DC 20515

(202) 225-5506


Fax: (202) 225-5739

Website Form: https://kind.house.gov

    District: All areas of Monroe County not in 7th Congressional District

    Sean Duffy (R)................................................................U. S. Representative

    7th Congressional District

    Term: Two Years, Expires 1/2017

    1208 Longworth Office Bldg

    Washington DC 20515

    (202) 225-3365

    (855) 585-4251 (toll free)

    Fax: (715) 298-9348

    District: Towns of Byron, LaGrange Wards 1A, 2A, 3A, Lincoln, Scott,

    Villages of Warrens & Wyeville, City of Tomah Ward 5B


    Legislative Hot Line 1-800-362-9472

Terms: Four years, Expires 1/2019
Governor Scott Walker (R)

Lieutenant Governor Rebecca Kleefisch (R)

Attorney General Brad D. Schimel (R)

Secretary of State Douglas LaFollette (D)

State Treasurer Matt Adamczyk (R)

State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers (NP)


Room 125S State Capitol

    P. O. Box 7863

Madison WI 53707

Telephone: (608) 266-1212 Fax: (608) 267-8983


Howard Marklein (R) District No. 17

Term: Four Years, Expires 1/2019

District: Towns of Clifton and Glendale, Village of Kendall

PO Box 7882

Madison WI 53707-7882

Telephone: (608) 266-0703 or (800) 978-8008 Fax: (608) 282-3557

E-mail: Sen.Marklein@legis.wisconsin.gov
Julie Lassa (D) District No. 24

Term: Four Years, Expires 1/2017

District: Towns of Byron, Grant, Greenfield, LaFayette, LaGrange, Lincoln, Little Falls, New Lyme, Oakdale, Scott, Sparta, Villages of Oakdale, Warrens, Wyeville, Cities of Sparta & Tomah

PO Box 7882, Room 20 South

Madison WI 53707-7882

Telephone: (608) 266-3123 or (800) 925-7491 Fax: (608) 282-3564

E-mail: Sen.Lassa@legis.wisconsin.gov
Jennifer Shilling (D) District No. 32

Term: Four Years, Expires 1/2017

District: Towns of Adrian, Angelo, Jefferson, Leon, Portland, Ridgeville, Sheldon,

Tomah, Wellington, Wells, Wilton,

Villages of Cashton, Melvina, Norwalk, Wilton

PO Box 7882

Madison WI 53707-7882

Telephone: (608) 266-5490 or (800) 385-3385 Fax: (608) 266-5173

E-mail: Sen.Shilling@legis.wisconsin.gov


Terms: Two years, Expires 1/2017

Edward Brooks (R) District No. 50

Towns of Clifton and Glendale, Village of Kendall

PO Box 8952

Madison WI 53708-8952

Telephone: (608) 266-8531 or (877) 947-0050 Fax: (608) 282-3650

E-mail: Rep.Brooks@legis.wisconsin.gov

Nancy VanderMeer (R) District No. 70

District: Towns of Byron, Grant, Greenfield, LaFayette, LaGrange, Lincoln, Little Falls, New Lyme, Oakdale, Scott, Sparta, Villages of Oakdale, Warrens, Wyeville, Cities of Sparta & Tomah

PO Box 8953

Madison WI 53708

Telephone: (608) 266-8366 or (888) 534-0070 Fax: (608) 282-3670

E-mail: Rep.VanderMeer@legis.wisconsin.gov

Lee Nerison (R) District No. 96

District: Towns of Adrian, Angelo, Jefferson, Leon, Portland, Ridgeville, Sheldon,

Tomah, Wellington, Wells, Wilton, Villages of Cashton, Melvina, Norwalk, Wilton

PO Box 8953

Madison WI 53708

Telephone: (608) 266-3534 or (888) 534-0096 Fax: (608) 282-3696

E-mail: Rep.Nerison@legis.wisconsin.gov


Term: Four Years

County Clerk (expires 1/2017)…………………………..……………………Shelley Bohl

County Treasurer (expires 1/2017) Annette M Erickson

Register of Deeds (expires 1/2017) Deb Brandt

District Attorney (expires 1/2017) Kevin Croninger

Sheriff (expires 1/2019) Scott Perkins

Clerk of Courts (expires 1/2019) Shirley Chapiewsky

The meetings of the Board shall be: the Organizational Meeting on the third Tuesday in April following the spring election, the Annual Meeting on the first Wednesday of November; all other meetings on the fourth Wednesday of each month, unless the date is changed by the Chair or Vice-Chair of the Board.
1. The Board shall be called to order by the Chair at 6:00 p.m. on each day of its meeting, at which time the meeting shall begin with the County Clerk calling roll in numerical order of districts and noting whether a quorum is present; a quorum shall be 60% of the members. If a quorum is present, the business of the Board shall proceed. Should a quorum not be present, the Board shall adjourn until a specified time. In the absence of the Chair, the Vice-Chair shall preside. If both are absent, the Board shall elect a temporary Chair.
2. The order of business shall be as follows: call to order, roll call, Pledge of Allegiance, previous minutes, proclamations, appointments, correspondence, claims, announcements, County Treasurer’s report, reports and/or speakers, resolutions, adjournment.
3. Resolutions received by members with the agenda need not be read. Any member may request that a resolution be read. Late resolutions not mailed with the agenda shall be read. All resolutions shall be approved by the Corporation Counsel.
4. Any resolution or motion involving appropriation of money shall include (or as a fiscal note): 1) the actual or anticipated cost; 2) a statement whether sufficient funds are available in the current budget; 3) a note by the Finance Committee that a provision is made for funding. It shall further be determined that there has been compliance with Wisconsin Statute 65.90 (municipal budgets) and any appropriate County Board resolutions.
5. The County Clerk shall, at least four days before each meeting of the Board (except when the Board is in continuous meeting), mail to each member an itemized agenda containing copies of all resolutions and other matters to be considered by the Board. The agenda shall be prepared by the County Clerk subject to the approval of the Board Chair. All resolutions or other matters to be brought before the Board shall be reported to the County Clerk at least six days prior to the Board meeting in order to be placed on the agenda for consideration. Matters not on the agenda shall be referred to the appropriate committee. The Board may, by a two-thirds vote of those members present, suspend the rules and place on the floor any matter that was previously on a meeting agenda. However, if the matter did not appear on an agenda, no discussion or action shall take place on that matter and the matter shall be referred to the appropriate committee or placed on the agenda for discussion at the next Board meeting.
6. Any person not a member, wanting to address the Board on any matter shall first obtain leave, such leave being requested by a member. In case of objection, such person must have a two-thirds vote of those members present. The Chair, without suspension of the rules, shall be permitted to call upon employees of any department for remarks.
7. Every member, previous to speaking, shall indicate a request to speak electronically or show of hands, at the discretion of the Chair. Priority may be given to electronic requests but the Chair retains discretion in choosing whom to recognize. Upon being recognized by the Chair, a member shall address the Chair and shall not be interrupted except by call to order. No member shall speak more than twice on the same question without leave of the Chair, and a member shall be limited to three minutes for each of their times in addressing the Board. Exempted from this limitation shall be committee chairperson/representative presenting a resolution or answering questions.

8. When a member is called to order, the member shall not proceed to speak, except in explanation, until it is determined whether he/she is in order or not.
9. Roberts Rules of Order shall prevail regarding parliamentary procedure when not in conflict with any rule of the Board.
10. It shall be the duty of all members to vote yes or no, unless the Chair shall excuse a vote for good and sufficient reason before the voting has begun.
11. Every vote upon the levy of a tax or providing an appropriation of money shall be by roll call. All other voting shall be by voice vote, electronic vote, or electronic roll call vote of the majority required, at the discretion of the Chair. Any member may request roll call on any question. All roll call votes shall be electronic unless the Chair rules otherwise. Should the Chair grant an exception to electronic roll call vote, the roll call vote by voice shall be by district numerical order except that the County Clerk shall rotate the order so that the member voting first shall have his/her name called last on the succeeding roll call vote by voice. This sequential rotation shall start with the April Organizational Meeting and continue from meeting to meeting. The Chair shall always vote last.
12. No rule shall be changed, modified, or amended unless it is presented and voted on in resolution form at a regular meeting.
13. Resolution 11-14-02 removed Rule #13

14. Any matter that comes before the Board without a committee recommendation or resolution shall be referred to the appropriate committee by the Chair without motion.
15. The Board Chair, in conjunction with the Vice-Chair, shall select the committee members and the chair of the various committees and boards with the following exception: the Highway Committee shall be elected by the Board at the Organizational Meeting. The committee chairs shall designate a member of the committee as vice-chair. The committee chairs shall select a recorder who shall record and forward a copy of the minutes to the County Clerk and posted on the county website within five business days of the meeting and send an approved copy when approved by the committee. The County Clerk shall keep these minutes on file for five years.
16. The chair of each committee, subcommittee, special committee, standing committee, or board shall have the primary responsibility for complying with Wisconsin Statute Chapter 19, the Open Meeting Law. Each committee chair or designee shall notify the County Clerk how meeting notices are going to be conveyed to the media. Committees shall designate if notification is to be made through the County Clerk’s Office; if not done through the County Clerk’s Office, notices must be properly conveyed.
17. Special Board meetings may be called at the joint request of the Chair and Vice Chair or upon a written request of a majority of the members to the County Clerk, specifying the time and place of the meeting, with four days notice to the members in either instance.
18. All reimbursement claims of members and other individuals eligible for per diem and other expenses shall be made on the expense sheet. Claims will be reviewed and allowed or denied by the Finance Committee. Expense sheets are to be submitted to the County Clerk’s Office no later than the seventh of each month.
Prior approval of the appropriate committee is required for attending conventions, workshops, conferences and training sessions. Approval shall be recorded in committee minutes. The Board Chair is authorized to attend or designate a member or employee to attend special meetings, etc.
Per diem for Board meetings will be paid on a monthly basis. Members who fail to attend some portion of the meeting, unless excused by the Board Chair, shall receive a reduced amount equal to one-half the allowable amount.
If it is recorded in committee minutes that a representative from that committee is to attend a meeting of another committee or a committee-related function, per diem payment shall be allowed. If there is no time to obtain committee approval prior to the other meeting or function, the committee chair shall authorize attendance and it shall be retroactively approved at the next meeting.
If an individual eligible to claim per diem attends two or more meetings on the same date, per diem shall be allowed for each meeting at which the individual is present for roll call and adjournment of each such meeting.
19. All departments shall prepare an annual written report for the Board to include a brief activity report and a financial statement of amount budgeted and expended.
20. The Board Chair and Vice-Chair shall serve as ex-officio members of all committees. The Chair and/or Vice-Chair, as ex-officio members, shall have the power to vote in a committee only in the event that the committee lacks a quorum.

  1. Any member who wishes a particular resolution be brought before the entire Board shall do so by petitioning the appropriate committee, in writing, said petition to bear the signatures of at least five members. If said written petition is presented to the appropriate committee, the committee chair shall direct that a resolution be forwarded to the Board to be considered at the next scheduled meeting. Said resolution shall contain the position and/or request of the petitioning members and shall conform to all other requirements provided for in these Rules.

    22. Any individual supervisor may introduce a resolution to a Monroe County Board Committee. That supervisor may draft a resolution, and would then forward that resolution to the Corporation Counsel for review and/or formatting. That resolution shall then be given to the Monroe County Clerk, and subsequently forwarded to the Administrative/Executive Committee for review. After that review, said resolution shall then be forwarded to the appropriate Monroe County Board committee for review and/or action.

COUNTY SUPERVISORS – (Terms expire 2016)


1. Carol A Las………………………………………………………………. 272-3883

6509 Acorn Ave, Sparta, WI 54656


(Towns of Little Falls 1&2, New Lyme, Sparta 3&4)

2. Nodji VanWychen 378-4813

3365 Auger Rd, Warrens, WI 54666


(Towns of Grant, Lincoln, Scott: Village of Warrens)

3. Gene Treu 269-2501 or 487-2501

7234 Harper Avenue, Sparta, WI 54656


(Town of Sparta 2&6, City of Sparta Wards17&18, Village of Rockland ward 2)

4. Cedric Schnitzler 269-5228

    7239 Farmland Ave., Sparta,WI 54656


(Towns of Angelo 1, Town of Sparta 1&5, City of Sparta 19 & 20)

5. Gail Chapman. 343-6164

21508 Gladview Avenue, Tomah, WI 54660


    (Towns of Greenfield 1, Adrian, Angelo 2, LaFayette 1&2)

6. David Pierce 378-4076

7789 Denver Road, Tomah, WI 54660


(Towns of Greenfield 2, LaGrange 1a, 1b, 2a &2b, City of Tomah Ward 18)

7. Wade Blackdeer 372-5715

27824 Epic Avenue, Tomah, WI 54660


(Towns of Byron, LaGrange 3a & 3b; Village of Wyeville)

8. Rodney Sherwood 344-0755

25786 Hockey Avenue, Tomah WI 54660


(Towns of Tomah 1&2, Wilton 1, City of Tomah Ward 17&19)

9. Mary J Cook. 463-7379

28003 Locust Ave, Wilton, WI 54670


(Towns of Clifton, Oakdale, Wilton 4&5; Village of Oakdale)

10. Sharon Folcey 269-8463

20686 Jameson Road, Sparta, WI 54656


(Towns of Angelo 3, Leon, Wells)

11. Douglas Path 435-6936

902 Water Street, Wilton, WI 54670


(Towns of Ridgeville, Wilton 2; Villages of Norwalk & Wilton)

12. James Kuhn 654-5440

27419 Navy Road, Cashton, WI 54619


(Town of Portland; Village of Cashton 1&2)

13. James Schroeder 654-5306

27011 County Hwy U, Cashton, WI 54619


(Towns of Jefferson, Sheldon, Wellington 1; Village Melvina, Cashton Ward 3, Ontario Ward 2)

14. Craig Buswell 463-7217

509 Thayer Street, Kendall, WI 54638


    (Towns of Glendale, Wellington 2, Wilton 3; Village of Kendall)

15. Wallace Habhegger 269-1247

2081 Linda Lane, Sparta, WI 54656


(City of Sparta Wards 10, 11, 13)

16. James Rasmussen 269-2822

1527 Highland Meadows, Sparta, WI 54656


(City of Sparta Wards 12, 14, 15)

17. Bruce Humphrey 269-6107

200 Pine Street, Sparta, WI 54656

(City of Sparta Wards 4, 5, 16)


18. Daniel Olson 269-5334

602 N. Spring, Sparta, WI 54656


(City of Sparta Wards 1, 2, 3, 6)

19. Teddy Duckworth 547-9994

210 Poole Street, Sparta, WI 54656


(City of Sparta Wards 7, 8, 9)

20. Paul Steele 372-2168

924 Alderman Street, Tomah, WI 54660


(City of Tomah Wards 1, 2, 3)

21. Christopher King ……….567-4194

439 North Street, Tomah, WI 54660


(City of Tomah Wards 4, 5a, 5b, 6, 11)

22. Dean Peterson 372-7546


303 Schaller Street, Tomah WI 54660

(City of Tomah Wards 14, 15, 16)

23. Pete Peterson 374-0718

1514 Lakeview Drive, Tomah WI 54660


(City of Tomah Wards 9, 10, 13)

24. James A Rice 372-2002

1019 Farmer Ave, Tomah WI 54660


(City of Tomah Wards 7, 8, 12)

    For District Maps visit:



    Monroe County Board

    (Choose the district you wish to view from the quick links box)


(Chair listed first)

    Child Support

    Corporation Counsel

    County Clerk

    Information Systems

    Land Information

    Register of Deeds


    Veterans Service


(2nd Tuesday – 9:00 a.m.)

Sharon Folcey

    Bruce Humphrey

    James Kuhn

    Pete Peterson

    Paul Steele


    (2nd Friday – 9:00 a.m.)

Extension Office

Local History Room

odji VanWychen

    Gail Chapman

    Mary Cook

    David Pierce

    James Schroeder


    (2nd Thursday – 9:00 a.m.)

    Sharon Folcey Citizen Members:

    Bruce Humphrey Mary Jo Hill 05/2016

    Dean Peterson Carol Ostrem 05/2016

    James Schroeder Pete Reichardt 05/2016

    Nodji VanWychen



    County Treasurer

    Library Planning/Funding


3rd Wednesday – 9:00 a.m.)

James Kuhn

Sharon Folcey

Wallace Habhegger

Pete Peterson

Cedric Schnitzler


(2nd Monday – 9:00 a.m.)

Mary Cook

Wade Blackdeer

Dean Peterson

James Rice

Gene Treu

Kristi Brown, DVM 04/16

Emma K. Ledbetter, MD 04/16

Marlene Sund 04/16


    (3rd Friday – 9:00 a.m.)

James Schroeder

Wade Blackdeer

Gail Chapman

David Pierce

Nodji VanWychen


    (3rd Thursday – 8:30 a.m.)

    David Pierce

    Wade Blackdeer

    Craig Buswell

    Chris King

    Dan Olson

    James Rice

    James Shilling 05/16

    Sue Peck 05/17

    Cindy Wise 05/18


    Kurt Marshaus P.E.

    Project Representative




    (3rd Tuesday – 8:30 a.m.)

Land Conservation


ail Chapman

    Dan Olson

    James Rasmussen

    Nodji VanWychen

    Dean Wegner-FSA Chair


    (2nd Wednesday – 9:00 a.m.)

Pete Peterson*

Bruce Humphrey*

Chris King

Carol Las*

Cedric Schnitzler

*Bargaining Committee


    (2nd Wednesday – 9:00 a.m.)

Dean Peterson

Mary Cook

Douglas Path

Rod Sherwood

Gene Treu


    (2nd Monday – 5:00 p.m.)


    Circuit/Juvenile/Probate Court

    Clerk of Courts


    District Attorney

    Emergency Management

    Justice System

    Medical Examiner


ames Kuhn

Craig Buswell

Teddy Duckworth

Wallace Habhegger

Carol Las

Rod Sherwood

Paul Steele


    (4th Monday – 4:00 p.m.)

Chris King

    Craig Buswell

    Douglas Path

    James Rice

    Rod Sherwood


    (3rd Monday – 6:00 p.m.)

Gail Chapman

Teddy Duckworth

Douglas Path

Cedric Schnitzler

Paul Steele


    (3rd Tuesday – 9:30 a.m.)

Wally Habhegger

James Rasmussen

Gene Treu

    Theresa Lehner 12/31/15

Mary Witt 12/31/16

Patty Daniels-Ambort 12/31/17

Carol Ostrem 12/31/17

    Harry Thonesen 12/31/17



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