County Board Agendas and Proposed Resolutions

County Board Agendas and Proposed Resolutions

NOTE: Resolutions, Reports and Ordinances may or may not be approved by the County Board in the format contained herein. Approved Resolutions, Reports and Ordinances are posted in the minutes of the County Board. For further information, contact the County Clerk at (608) 742-9654 or by email Sue Moll.

Printable Version: County Board Agenda (Pdf) 


 Wednesday, July 18, 2018, 7:00 P.M.
Administration Building, County Board Room (Room #116)
112 East Edgewater Street, Portage, Wisconsin


Roll Call
Pledge of Allegiance
Approve Journal of June 20, 2018
Approve Agenda and any Changes
Communications/Public Input


Misc. Business


The next meeting of the Columbia County Board of Supervisors will be held on Wednesday, September 18, 2018, at 7:00 p.m. in the County Board Room at the Administration Building, 112 East Edgewater Street, Portage.   

Note:  No meeting scheduled in August


Committee Meetings Prior to County Board


Columbia County Board of Supervisors
Notice of Committee Meetings
July 18, 2018

Meeting Room #113

6:00 pm:     Joint Public Safety and Finance Committees
                    Discuss/Review and any Possible Action on the Following Subject Matter:
                        Resolution:  Transfer Funds for the Cops Anti-Heroin Taskforce Program Grant

6:15 pm:     Highway Committee
                    Discuss/Review and any Possible Action on the Following Subject Matter:
                        Resolution:  Supporting the Wisconsin Counties Association and the
                                                 Transportation Development Association with Their 
                                                 Just-Fix-It Campaign Related to Funding of
                                                 Transportation in the State of Wisconsin



Persons with disabilities who need assistance to participate in the meeting, should notify the County Clerk's Office (608) 742-9654 prior to the meeting so that accommodations may be arranged.