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Letter to the Editor | Why is County Exec. not signing off on improvements to CTH S and STH 175? | By Mary Ellen Wenninger

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May 20, 2021 – Hartford, WI – Last week the Washington County Board of Supervisors overwhelmingly approved a resolution by a vote of 22-4 to make improvements to County Highway S near the intersection of State Highway 175.

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The board has already considered this matter two other times within the past two years due to claims this is one of the top 10 most dangerous intersections in the county.

If this intersection is so incredibly dangerous, I AM VERY CONFUSED why this resolution remains unsigned on County Executive Scott Schoeman’s desk.

Mr. Schoeman needs to approve this resolution immediately so the will of the county board can move forward and essential safety improvements to this area can be made as soon as possible.

Mary Ellen Wenninger

Hartford, Wi 53027

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