Steering Committees

The WCA Board of Directors has established five steering committees to aid the WCA Board of Directors in establishing association policy on state and federal legislation and administrative matters. The active participation of county officials on these committees is key to their success. To be considered for an appointment to a WCA Steering Committee, please complete the form below. All nominations must be approved by your county board chair or county executive, whichever is applicable. For questions, contact WCA at 866.404.2700 or [email protected].

Apply here to serve on a 2020-2022 WCA Steering Committee


2020-2022 AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT, AND LAND USE

Responsible for issues affecting agriculture and related industries, as well as planning, zoning, environmental protection, solid waste management, and soil and water conservation.
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2020-2022 HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES

Responsible for issues affecting aging, public health, mental health, alcohol and drug abuse, developmental disabilities, social services, human services, nursing homes and mental health facilities.
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2020-2022 JUDICIAL AND PUBLIC SAFETY

Responsible for issues affecting the court system, jails, the prosecutorial system, probate, and the offices of the sheriff, district attorney, and clerk of circuit court.
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2020-2022 PERSONNEL, FINANCE, AND COUNTY ORGANIZATION

Responsible for revisions to Chapter 59, Wisconsin Statutes (or any successor statute); issues affecting home rule, mandates, elections, reapportionment, open meetings, open records, retirement benefits, labor negotiations, binding arbitration, civil service systems, employment in general; and the offices of the county clerk, register of deeds, and surveyor. Also responsible for issues affecting property taxes, sales and use taxes, other sources of revenue, shared revenues, investment laws, county budgeting, and the office of the treasurer.
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2020-2022 TRANSPORTATION AND PUBLIC WORKS

Responsible for issues affecting highways, airports, mass transit, and county building and grounds.
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