League in the News

  1. Ashland Mayor Lewis Appointed to League of Wisconsin Municipalities Board

    Ashland, WI – Mayor Debra Lewis was recently appointed to the League of Wisconsin Municipalities Board of Directors. The 16-member League Board is responsible for setting the strategic direction for the League. The Wheeler Report
  2. Climate Corner: Wisconsin’s Most Innovative Counties and Municipalities Join Together

    November 22, 2016 A diverse group of Wisconsin cities, villages and counties have joined with the Department of Natural Resources and several nonprofit organizations to help each other advance sustainability goals. Curt Witynski for Door County Pulse
  3. City of Sturgeon Bay Supports “Just Fix it WI” Initiative

    November 16, 2017 The Sturgeon Bay City Council went on record in support of the statewide initiative of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities urging the governor and state legislature to agree upon a sustainable solution . . . Roger Levendusky for WDOR 93.9 FM
  4. Fix state's roads, transportation budget

    November 12, 2016 “Just Fix It” was echoed from every corner of the state on Sept. 29 when thousands of local government leaders and concerned citizens brought attention to an issue that has moved to the forefront on their “to do” list . . . Mark O'Connell, et.al., Daily Tribune
  5. Many local races around Wisconsin have few candidates

    November 4, 2016 As Election Day nears, races for local offices in many parts of Wisconsin aren't drawing much attention. That's because there aren't many candidates. Madison, WI (AP)
  6. John Ehlke, Daily News

    West Bend asks governor, legislators to close tax loopholes

    November 2, 2016 . . . aldermen and Mayor Kraig Sadownikow voted to approve a resolution asking Gov. Scott Walker and state legislators to protect residential property owners and independent business owners from a potential tax increase . . . Ralph Chapoco, Daily News
  7. Two Dozen Attend Turnout for Transporation

    October 10, 2016 Calumet County Highway Commissioner Brian Glaeser thanked the nearly two dozen people who attended the Turnout for Transportation meeting held Thursday evening at the Calumet County Courthouse. Tri-County News
  8. Learn about Green Tier Legacy Communities at Nov. 9 Climate Change Program

    November 3, 2016 "Wisconsin’s Most Innovative Local Governments: Green Tier Legacy Communities” will be the focus when Curt Witynski, assistant director of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities, speaks at the Climate Change Coalition. . . Door County Pulse, Peninsula Pulse
  9. Kim McDarison

    Rough Roads Ahead: Sustainable solutions sought for roads

    October 6, 2016 Road reconstruction, repair and maintenance were the topics of discussion at a countywide “Turnout for Transportation” held Sept. 29 at the Southern Wisconsin Regional Airport in Janesville. Kim McDarison, The Milton Courier
  10. Municipalities Statewide Call for Road Funding

    October 7, 2016 State legislators should be getting an earful about bad roads and the need for a better transportation plan from municipal leaders throughout the state. Aging roadways and culverts, a lack of money to fix them, political maneuvering. . . John Lundstrom, Peninsula Pulse
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