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Letter to the Editor | Making America great again | By Gary Brussat    

January 19, 2020 – West Bend, WI – My wife and I attended President Trump’s rally in Milwaukee Tuesday. The wait was well worth our time as we gathered with thousands of other patriotic Americans to hear the President in his own uniquely entertaining style. His accomplishments have been

Letter to the Editor | Annexation followed by proposed reduction in size of Washington County Board | By Diane Pedersen

January 9, 2020 – Washington Co., WI – Recently I read two Letters to the Editor regarding annexing the Washington County Golf Course from the Town of Hartford into the City of Hartford. While that may not seem like a big issue to some it means the golf property

Letter to the Editor | Is Washington County Board proposed development putting local farming at risk | By Elaine Gehring  

January 6, 2020 – Hartford, WI – I am writing to express serious concern about the agenda item on Wednesday’s County Board Meeting agenda regarding the issue of seeking annexation of the golf course property by the City of Hartford.  I believe that the decision made on this issue

Letter to the Editor | County Board proposed annexation in Town of Hartford could challenge future of farming | By Derik Gehring

January 6, 2020 – Town of Hartford, WI – I am a seventh generation dairy farmer in the Town of Hartford. I hope you can take a minute to read this. I don’t know the full story or background on this issue, but I just learned about this new

Letter to the Editor | Town of Hartford residents push back on development proposal by County Board | By Karen and Greg Romagna

January 5, 2020 – Town of Hartford, WI – This is in response to the Washington County Board wanting to have the City of Hartford annex the Washington County Golf Course and the Family Park. Contrary to what Mr. Michalak says, we in the Town of Hartford around the

Letter to the Editor | Recertification and Act 10 | By Nick Dobberstein

December 16, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Last week, school districts in Washington County received letters from the Wisconsin Employment Relations Commission (WERC) with recertification results for their local schools’ teacher unions. According to the WERC website, teachers’ unions of Washington County voted overwhelmingly to maintain state certification

Letter to the Editor | Note of ‘Thanks’ to West Bend Mayor Kraig Sadownikow | By Rep. Rick Gundrum

October 23, 2019 – West Bend, WI – I thank Mayor Sadownikow for his service to the City of West Bend. Kraig’s private sector experience and sound understanding of the fabric of the West Bend community were his greatest assets, which allowed him to make great strides in placing

Letter to the Editor | Successful summer for Jack Russell Memorial Library in Hartford | By Shari Purman

To the Editor, The Jack Russell Memorial Library of Hartford just wrapped up its’ 10 week 2019 Summer Learning Challenge: Read, Discover, Create –“A Universe of Stories” for area children and teens. This program was sponsored by the Friends of the Hartford Library and encouraged recreational learning and library

Letter to the Editor | Thanks for making the Washington County Fair a huge success | By Kellie Boone

Aug. 3, 2019 – Washington Co., WI  – The 161st annual Washington County Fair has come and gone.  We were very fortunate to have great weather a majority of the week and happy fair goers that came out and enjoyed all the Fair has to offer. I wanted to

Letter to the Editor | County wastewater fees a scam | By Joseph Daly

July 19, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – The Washington County Parks Department is on a spending spree. First they steal the parks away from WE the taxpayers, and now they are scamming the citizens of Washington County on the Waste Water Fees. This is not a new requirement

Letter to the Editor | Objections to Washington Co. special assessment for Private On-Site Treatment Systems | By David L. and Lynn S. Williams

July 18, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – I choose to present my strong objection to the Special Assessment for properties with Private On-Site Treatment Systems in written form and trust that as the letter to residents states, “Written comments will be read at the public hearing and will

Letter to the Editor | Attention owners of Washington Co. Private On-site Wastewater Treatment System | By Frank Mayer

July 17, 2019 – Town of Farmington, WI – Attention Washington County POWTS Owners RE: Public Hearing on July 15 at 7:35 a.m. I have numerous questions and thoughts regarding this Public Hearing #  1  This seems to be a strange time for a Public Hearing. #  2  This

Letter to the Editor | Washington County elected officials trying to create big government | by Diane Pederson

July 8, 2019 – Washington County, WI – The Washington County Planning and Parks Department want to create an annual special assessment on your tax bill for Properties Served by Private Onsite Wastewater Treatment System (POWTS) to cover costs of tracking and maintenance of the POWTS serving your property. Recently

Letter to the Editor | No need for elected Washington County executive | By Jed Dolnick

June 9, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Since Washington County was established in 1853, its county boards made it through the Second Industrial Revolution, the Civil War, two world wars, the Great Depression, and the Information Age. Two courthouses, a modern jail, highway system, and a fair park

Letter to the Editor | It’s time for an elected leader | By Don Kriefall

May 2, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Recent opinion pieces by John Torinus and Owen Robinson, published in the editorial page of the Daily News examined the potential for and their support for Washington County to change to the County Executive form of government. I happen to agree

Letter to the Editor | Thanks for the support | By Troy Zagel

April 26, 2019 – West Bend, WI – Thank you! Hello, my name is Troy Zagel and I am the newly elected Supervisor for the Town of West Bend. I want to take a moment to publicly thank my many friends, family members, business owners, and other town residents

Guest Editorial | Eliminating athletics at UWM at Washington County is short sighted | By Jared Dalberg

April 13, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – I recently heard from my colleagues within the two year UW campuses that UW-Milwaukee has decided to discontinue intercollegiate athletics at their newly acquired branch campuses, UW-Waukesha (WAK) and UW-Washington County (WSH).  Below is my response to my colleagues in the

Letters to the Editor | Vote Hagedorn to protect law and Constitutional rights | By Rick Gundrum

March 31, 2019 – Washington Co., WI –  The April 2 election for Wisconsin Supreme Court judge has never been more important.  On March 21, a Dane County judge ruled to prevent the enforcement of the December 2018 extraordinary session.  He ignored legislative laws and our state constitution when he

Letters to the Editor | West Bend School board is irresponsible in using taxpayer money | By John Heger

March 30, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – There is a referendum in the West Bend School District on the April 2 ballot.   The West Bend school board is a tax-and-spend entity.  Many have said the current members are good stewards of the taxpayer money entrusted to them. 

Letters to the Editor | Vote ‘No’ on the total $74 million West Bend School District referendum | By Dave Weigand

Washington Co., WI – There is a referendum in the West Bend School District on the April 2 ballot.    Dear Editor, I am voting NO to the $74 million-plus (including the interest costs) West Bend School District (WBSD) referendum on April 2. I ask all District residents to

Letters to the Editor | Vote Judge Hagedorn on April 2 | By Gary Brussat

Washington Co., WI –  Judge Brian Hagedorn is a good man and a highly qualified candidate for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.  Recently I have seen political ads slandering this fine family man.  The ads refer to “hate groups,” but the only group I see guilty of hate is the group

Letters to the Editor | Vote April 2 in the Town of West Bend Board race | By Mary Beth Carr

March 29, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Letter to the Editor The Town of West Bend election is April 2.  Without question Frank Carr is the most qualified candidate.   I’ve heard my husband say so often to citizens: Please attend Town Board and County Board meetings, to stay

Letter to the Editor | Vote April 2 for Town of West Bend Supervisor | By Mitch Bram

March 28, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – I want to invite people to join me in supporting Troy Zagel in joining the Town of West Bend Board as the representative for seat #2. Troy Zagel is a common sense conservative with private sector experience running for the board.

Letters to the Editor | Vote Judge Brian Hagedorn for State Supreme Court | By Rev. Joseph Fisher

March 28, 2019 – Washington Co., WI –  To the Editor: I am writing because I am a pastor who teaches the Ten Commandments to young and old and this State Supreme Court race has troubled me because the breaking of the Eighth Commandment has reached new heights.  Just the

Letters to the Editor | Vote ‘No’ on the $74 million total referendum | By Jim Geldreich

Washington Co., WI – There is a referendum in the West Bend School District on the April 2 ballot.     Dear Editor: School referenda are reaching an epidemic level in Wisconsin including here in Washington County.  Local referenda saddle modest sized school districts such as ours with overwhelming

Letters to the Editor | Adding clarification to Town of West Bend election | By Rick Gale

March 28, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Oddly, this letter is not an endorsement of either candidate for the open supervisory position in the Town of West Bend election this coming Tuesday, April 2. Instead, it is a letter endorsing the importance of facts over rumors, and the value

Letters to the Editor | Vote April 2 for Town of West Bend Supervisor | By Frank Carr

March 28, 2019 – Washington Co., WI – Letter to the Editor: My name is Frank Carr. I am asking for your vote in the April 2 election for Town of West Bend Supervisor.     I was asked to run for the vacant West Bend Town Supervisor seat two
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