June 8, 2022 – Washington County, WI – The Washington County Board meets at 6 p.m. tonight and item No. 4 on the agenda is: Action on Appointment of District 11 County Board Supervisor.
Four people turned in applications to fill the seat on the County Board in District 11. There will be a brief interview process and then an open vote to fill the unexpired term of Timothy Michalak. The term of that post will officially end April 16, 2024.
Those who submitted applications prior to the May 31, 2022 deadline were:
- Jim Burg – former Washington Co. Supervisor from 2020 – 2022
- Tristan Johannes – recently ran for Hartford Joint 1 School Board and is assistant to Assembly Rep. Tim Ramthun
- Jeff Turchi – current Dist. 1 Hartford alderman
- Terrence Perfect
Below are copies of the applications.
The Executive Committee will review applicants for recommendation to the full County Board. Early word is Jim Burg will be the recommended replacement.
Qualifications included: Interested candidates must reside in District 11 (City of Hartford, Wards 1, 3, 4, 10), be at least 18 years old, and be a U.S. citizen. County Board meetings are held on the second Wednesday of the month, June 8, 2022 at 6 p.m.
The appointed individual may also serve on other county committees, which may meet during the day or evening.
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The Washington County Board of Supervisors is vested with powers of local, legislative and
administrative character to act upon matters of general government, public safety,
transportation, health and human services, court services, land use, planning and the
conservation of land resources as delegated to the counties of Wisconsin by the State Legislature.
“Our ideal candidate is someone that has a passion for serving the citizens of Washington
County, can work collaboratively with a diverse group of people, and bring a fresh point of view to add to the quality of life for the citizens they represent,” said County Board Chair Jeffrey Schleif.