Oneida County
Tracy Hartman
Since:
January 2017
One Oneida Avenue
PO Box 400
Rhinelander WI 54501-0400
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715-369-6144
Fax:
715-369-6230
Services:

Assist County Board; Elections Administration; Marriage licenses; Timber cutting permits; Sale of plat books for UW Extension; Sell rural road directories for Land Information; Mailroom; Large assembly permits as well as transient merchants permits; Dog licenses; Oversee County Insurance.

Education:

Bachelor's degree in social work

Previous Work Experience:

Clerk for the Town of Crescent for 10 years.

Other & Personal:

We have seven children, including a set of twins. As a family, we enjoy being outside and camping; and all of our children are involved in a variety of sports.

County Information:

Oneida County is home to 1100 lakes and has trails for Cross Country/walking, ATV, snowmobiling and biking. We also have numerous resorts, campgrounds and motels for travelers.  Oneida County is also home to the HODAG Country Festival, the Fall Harley Ride and the Town of Three Lakes which was named the best little town in the State of Wisconsin.

County Population:
35,567
Cities:
1
Towns:
20
Villages:
0
Oconto County
Kimberly K Pytleski
Kimberly K Pytleski
Since:
January 2009
301 Washington Street
Oconto WI 54153
Hours:
8:00 am - 4:00 pm M-F
Phone:
920-834-6806
Fax:
920-834-6805
Services:

County Board Records, Marriage License, Timber Cutting Permits (Private land), Hunting/Fishing Licenses, Plat Book Sales, Elections

Education:

BBA St. Norbert College; Certificate of Professional Development, Office of Outreach and Adult Access Governmental Affairs - University of Green Bay

Previous Work Experience:

Northwestern Mutual Financial Network, Harris Bank

Other & Personal:

Husband: Ben, Three Children; Reading, golfing, active in Church

 

*Vice-chair - Education Committee

County Information:
Oconto County, a rural county of over 35,000 residents, is located in northeast Wisconsin. Our residents enjoy a tremendous quality of life. It is a great place to visit, live, work and raise a family. We have an excellent educational system, diverse business climate and great places for recreation.  We hope you agree that Oconto County truly is “A Place for You”!
County Population:
39,261
Cities:
3
Towns:
23
Villages:
3
Monroe County
Monroe County Clerk Shelley Bohl
Shelley R Bohl
Since:
January 2009
202 South K St
Room 1
Sparta WI 54656
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
608-269-8705
Fax:
608-269-8747
County Population:
44,170
Cities:
2
Towns:
24
Villages:
8
Milwaukee County
George L. Christenson
Since:
January 2017
901 North 9th Street
Rm 105
Milwaukee WI 53233-1463
Hours:
8:00 am - 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
414-278-4067
Fax:
414-278-4075
Services:

The Milwaukee County Clerk provides services to the County Board, County Executive, county government departments, the citizens of Milwaukee County and the general public. The County Clerk records and indexes the proceedings of the County Board of Supervisors; maintains all of the legislative files and the indexes of ordinances and resolutions for Milwaukee County; administers oaths of office, maintains the central files for Milwaukee County reports, records, contracts and corporate documents; receives and publicly opens bids; issues marriage licenses; accepts applications for passports; sells bus tickets; processes garnishment actions, tax levies and wage assignments of County employees; processes lien notices; and registers all lobbyists and lobbying principals and reports to the County Board, County Executive and the public on lobbying activity.

County Information:

Milwaukee County is Wisconsin’s most populous and most diverse county.  Located on shores of Lake Michigan, Milwaukee County has a mixture of urban, metropolitan and rural living.  The many wonderful attractions include, the Milwaukee Art Museum, with its spectacular addition designed by renowned architect Santiago Calatrava; the Milwaukee Public Museum, a museum of natural and human history; Discovery World, a hands-on exhibition; Betty Brinn Children’s Museum; and the new Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Museum.  Other attractions include Milwaukee Brewer baseball at Miller Park, Bucks basketball, beautiful parks, the Zoo, golf courses, theaters, boat tours, Great Lakes fishing, brewery tours, Summerfest, and many ethnic festivals.  The Wisconsin State Fair is held in Milwaukee County every August.  Milwaukee County is the hub for Wisconsin business, industry, recreation and culture.  With a strong sense of community, Milwaukee County is a great place to live, work and raise a family. 

County Population:
938,490
Cities:
10
Towns:
0
Villages:
9
Menominee County
Sarah Lyons
Since:
January 2017
PO Box 279
Keshena WI 54135
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715/799-3311
Fax:
715/799-1322
Services:

Maintain all records and accounts payable pertaining to Town and County Clerk of Menominee

County Information:

Menominee Casino/Bingo/Hotel, Menominee Tribal Enterprise (Forestry & Lumber mill), College of Menominee Nation.

County Population:
4,606
Cities:
0
Towns:
1
Villages:
0
Marinette County
Kathy Brandt
Kathy K Brandt
Since:
January 2001
1926 Hall Avenue
Marinette WI 54143-1717
Hours:
8:30 – 4:30 M thru F
Phone:
715-732-7406
Fax:
715-732-7532
Services:

County Board Proceedings, Elections, Marriage Licenses, Dog Licenses, Financial Data, Mail, General Inquiries

Education:

Associate Degree in Accounting, Certificate of Professional Development, Certificate of Public Management Essentials

Previous Work Experience:

12 years as Deputy County Clerk

Other & Personal:

* Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association

County Information:

Waterfalls capital of Wisconsin, Peshtigo Fire Museum, 225,000+ acres of public land for hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, all terrain vehicles, camping and boating 

County Population:
41,732
Cities:
3
Towns:
18
Villages:
4
Marathon County
Nanette (Nan) R Kottke
Since:
January 1997
500 Forest Street
Wausau WI 54403
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715-261-1500
Fax:
715-261-1515
Services:

Elections Administration; County Board Services; Marriage License & Domestic Partnerships; Passports; DNR Licenses; Temporary Car Licenses; Dog License Administration; Tax Deed Properties; Notary; Imaging and Records Department; Mailroom Processing; Sale of Plat Books, Maps, Promotional Items.

Education:

Graduate from Wausau West High School, Wausau, Wisconsin
Certificate of Professional Development, UW-Green Bay
Certificate of Public Management Essentials, UW-Green Bay
Master County Clerk, UW-Green Bay

Previous Work Experience:

County Clerk Office - 1971
County Clerk - Elected 1996

Other & Personal:

Enjoys basket weaving, camping, spending time with family and watching the Brewers and Packers.

 

*Chair - Mentor/Manual Committee

*Member, Wisconsin Election Administration Council

*Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association

 

County Information:

Marathon County official established in 1859 and Wausau is the County Sea.  Marathon County is the largest of Wisconsin’s 72 counties.  One of the leading counties in dairy producing.  Winter Sports enthusiast can enjoy Granite Peak Ski Resort at Rib Mountain with 74 runs; Nine-mile County Forest Recreation with 18 miles of cross-country ski trail, including three miles of lighted trail and warming house; ice hockey, ice fishing, ice skating, curling, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. 

 
The Rietbrock Geographical Marker locates the exact center of the northern half of the Western Hemisphere. It is here that the 90th Meridian of Longitude bisects the 45th Parallel of Latitude, meaning it is exactly halfway between the North Pole and the Equator, and is a quarter of the way around the earth from Greenwich, England.  
County Population:
134,028
Cities:
6
Towns:
41
Villages:
15
Manitowoc County
Lois Kiel
Lois Kiel
Since:
January 2016
1010 S. 8th St.
Manitowoc WI 54220
Hours:
M: 8:30-5; Tu-F: 8:30-4:30
Phone:
(920) 683-4004
Fax:
(920) 683-2766
Services:

Elections, County Board services, Marriage Licenses, Domestic Partnerships, Dog License Administration, Work Permits, Passports, Courthouse Tours, and Mail Processing.

Education:

High School graduate, studied at Lakeshore Technical College, and continuing education

Previous Work Experience:

28 years with Manitowoc County:  Deputy County Clerk – 2002-2015,  Register of Deeds, Comptroller’s office, and District Attorney’s office; 14 years with Manitowoc Crane.  

Other & Personal:

Enjoy spending time with my best friend who happens to be my husband, Al for 48 years, along with our two children and six grandchildren.

County Information:

Carved out of Brown County, Manitowoc County was established in 1836 and is the only county in Wisconsin where cows outnumber people (an uprising is coming soon). A microcosm of the state, Manitowoc County boasts large agriculture and manufacturing sectors. Its cranes, ice machines, wind towers, light pipes, and premier dairy products are found all over the world (all you need to do is look - that's a Manitowoc ice machine more times than not).

 

Manitowoc County is also home to the first ice cream sundae (while that claim is possibly in dispute by "historians," it's a fact within the Manitowoc County borders).  Other attractions include a state forest and hiking/biking trails along the breathtakingly scenic Lake Michigan shoreline, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum (the WWII submarine USS Cobia is located there), and a car ferry that runs across Lake Michigan to Luddington, Michigan.  The retro (mid-1980's) 90 foot high mural of a Budweiser bottle and cans in downtown Manitowoc is also quite a sight.

County Population:
84,020
Cities:
3
Towns:
18
Villages:
9
Lincoln County
Chris Marlowe
Chris Marlowe
Since:
January 2013
801 N Sales Street
Merrill WI 54452
Hours:
8:15 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
715-539-1019
Fax:
715-539-8054
Services:

General Office Duties: Marriage license, temporary automobile plates, DNR,  ambulance billing, Safety Committee and all other duties related to County Clerk’s job.

Education:

Merrill High School 1986

Previous Work Experience:

Production and Maintenance Planning/Supervision Retail Business Ownership

Other & Personal:

• Wife: Andrea Kids: Megan 16, Emma 8, Ty 6

•Active board member, scheduler, and coach for the Merrill Youth Hockey and Baseball Associations

• Member of St John’s Lutheran Church, Merrill

• Interests include being with family, biking, camping, boating, hiking, and swimming. Take pride in developing positive characteristic traits in young men and women through coaching youth athletics.

County Information:

Crex Meadows Wildlife Area, Forte Folle Avoine, 508 lakes in the county, World Championship Snowmobile Watercross.

County Population:
28,743
Cities:
2
Towns:
16
Villages:
0
Langlade County
Langlade - Judy Nagel
Judy Nagel
Since:
September 2015
800 Clermont Street
Antigo WI 54409
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30-4:30
Phone:
715-627-6200
Fax:
715-627-6303
Services:

The County Clerk is responsible to keep the County Board Proceedings, Committee meeting minutes, and process the adopted resolutions and ordinances.  The County Clerk coordinates all elections and tabulates the results.  The Clerk is the County Insurance Contact for Property and Liability coverage; is responsible for issuance of marriage licenses, timber cutting permits, and distribution of dog licenses to municipal treasurers.  The Official County Directory and the Statistical Report of Property Values are published from this office.

County Information:

Langlade County is well known for a variety of recreational activities.  We are a County of Trails.  Our economy depends on a mix of agriculture, forestry, manufacturing and trade.  

County Population:
21,517
Cities:
1
Towns:
17
Villages:
1

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