Lafayette County
Carla Jacobson
Since:
January 2017
626 Main St
PO Box 40
Darlington WI 53530
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:30-5:00
Phone:
608-776-4850
Fax:
608-776-8893
Services:

Post agendas for County Board, Finance Committee, Bargaining Committee, Building & Insurance Committee; attend meetings and take minutes for those committees; Election Administration; Issue marriage licenses, work permits and dog licenses; Personnel matters; Health insurance administration

County Information:

Lafayette County is one of the leading agricultural counties in the State.  Agriculture is the leading enterprise of the County. The First Territorial Capitol is located 3 miles northwest of  Belmont in Lafayette County.  The Cheese Country Trail runs parallel to the Pecatonica River and is the former rail bed of the Milwaukee Road railroad.  It extends 47 miles from Monroe to Mineral Point. Many snowmobile trails are also available in Lafayette County. 

County Population:
16,311
Cities:
3
Towns:
18
Villages:
7
La Crosse County
Ginny Dankmeyer
Ginny Dankmeyer
Since:
February 2011
400 N 4th Street
#1210
La Crosse WI 54601
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00a-4:30p
Phone:
(608) 785-9581
Fax:
(608) 785-9741
Services:

County Board Support, DNR Licenses, Recreational Vehicle Registration, Dog Licensing, Marriage Licenses, Domestic Partnerships, Election Administration (SVRS provider to 9 Municipalities), Official County Directory, Parade Permits, and Timber Cutting Notices.

 

        Ginny Dankmeyer recounting ballots
        during the 2011 Judicial recount.
Education:

BS in Exercise and Sport Science from the University of Wisconsin – La Crosse; Certificate of Professional Development

Previous Work Experience:

Deputy County Clerk

Other & Personal:

Triathlete, completed 1/2 marathon, Packers, Badgers, Brewers, camping, boating, hunting, fishing, golfing and spending time with family and friends.

 

                   

 

Ginny with Lisa, a co-worker's daughter competing in the 2013 YMCA Got Energy? Triathlon.  

They finished with a time of 2:03:28.

     

 

*Vice-chair - Conference Committee

 

County Information:

La Crosse has a beautiful rustic downtown area along the Mississippi River near Grandad's Bluff. Enjoy Riverside Park, The Pettibone Beach, area golf courses, walking trails, and many unique options. La Crosse was established in 1851 and offers excellent educational opportunities with 3 colleges: UW-La Crosse, Viterbo and Western Technical College.

County Population:
114,638
Cities:
2
Towns:
12
Villages:
4
Kewaunee County
Jamie Annoye
Since:
January 2013
810 Lincoln Street
Kewaunee WI 54216
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
920-388-7133
Fax:
920-388-7195
Services:

Major functions of the Kewaunee County Clerk's Office are payroll, finances, the sale of DNR licenses, issuance of temporary license plates, issuance of marriage licenses and domestic partnerships, passport application services, publishing the County Directory, filing of County cutting notices, and notary services.  Dog licenses and forms are received from the State by the Clerk's Office and distributed to the municipal treasurers.  The County Clerk's Office also provides administrative and clerical services to the County Board and other County Departments.  The office also administers elections for county offices and provides declaration of candidacy, campaign registration, and nomination papers to candidates. 

Closed on the following Holidays: January 1, Good Friday, Memorial Day, July 4, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day after Thanksgiving, December 24, Christmas, December 26.

Education:

-Graduate of Luxemburg-Casco High School
-Associate Degree in Business Administration – Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Previous Work Experience:

I started as Kewaunee County Clerk in January of 2013.  I have 7 years banking experience (loan processing/lending/credit cards), 6 years title experience, and 4 years as an Administrative Assistant for the Kewaunee County District Attorney.

Other & Personal:

I have lived in Kewaunee County for over 30 years.  My husband Travis and I have 2 children.  We enjoy 4-wheeling, traveling, camping, and spending time with our family and close friends.

County Information:

Kewaunee County, Wisconsin  is located between Green Bay (Brown County) and Sturgeon Bay (Door County) in the eastern middle part of the state along Lake Michigan.  Kewaunee is known for its Great Lake frontage, big lake and freshwater fishing, bike trails, agriculture, sailing, boating, golf courses, beaches, marinas, hiking, and hunting.  Kewaunee County also has some beautiful parks, which include Red River County Park, Bruemmer Park & Zoo, Winter Park, Ryan Park, Riverview ATV Park, and Blahnik Heritage Park.

Kewaunee's recorded history dates back to the seventeenth century.  Originally settled by the Potawatomi Indians in the early 1600s, Kewaunee was visited by numerous early explorers including Jean Nicolet in 1634, Father Marquette, who said his First Mass in this section on All Saints Day, November 1, 1674 and Jacques Vieau, a French trader who established a trading post at the mouth of the Kewaunee River in 1795.  The first permanent European settlement began in 1836.  The County Courthouse was erected in 1873.  With its proud maritime and ethnic heritage, Kewaunee offers interesting historical facts.  For instance, the first doctor's office in Wisconsin was opened in Kewaunee in 1874, which still stands today on Milwaukee Street.  Also, the U.S.S. Pueblo, along with other World War II naval vessels, were built and launched in Kewaunee.

County Population:
20,604
Cities:
2
Towns:
10
Villages:
2
Kenosha County
Mary T. Kubicki
Mary T. Kubicki
Since:
January 2009
1010 56th Street
Kenosha WI 53140
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Phone:
262-653-2477
Fax:
262-653-2564
Services:

Administer all Elections. Issue Marriage, Passports, Cabaret Licenses, Tax Deeded Property Auctions and Sales.  Secretary to the County Board Of Supervisors, Notary

Education:

Associate's Degree - Supervisory/Management

Previous Work Experience:

38 year county Employee/Small Business Owner

County Information:

Founded in 1850 Kenosha County is the most southeastern county in Wisconsin, we have Racine County to our north, Lake Michigan to our east, Illinois to our south and Walworth County to our west. On our East end we have many wonderful Museums, walking and bike trails and a thriving Downtown with many shops and restaurants where you can stop and enjoy our majestic Lake Michigan. Our west end of the County is host to many beautiful inland lakes and farm fields. 

County Population:
166,823
Cities:
1
Towns:
6
Villages:
6
Juneau County
Terri Treptow
Since:
January 2017
220 East State Street
Room 112
Mauston WI 53948
Hours:
Monday thru Friday   8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. No Holidays or Weekends
Phone:
608-847-9300
Fax:
608-847-9402
Services:

Temporary plates, stickers, marriage license, elections, ordinances, county directory, oaths & bonds, school records, DNR license, notary & statutory duties. 

 

Education:

Mauston High School Graduate; Business Law; Accounting; Computer courses.

Previous Work Experience:

With Juneau County for 21 years, starting out as a 911 dispatcher and moved to the finance department.

County Information:

The first annual meeting for Juneau County was held in November, 1857.

An 1861 model ten inch “Columbiad” coast defense gun furnished by the Chief of Ordinance was placed on the courthouse lawn “for the purpose of instilling patriotism among our people”. Juneau County paid the freight on the 14,985 lb. cannon and twenty 10 inch cannon shells on the west side of the courthouse. The cannon shells had to be removed from the lawn on the west side because of pranks separating a cannon shell from the other cannon shells and opening a door to the courthouse and rolling a 10 inch cannon ball down the stairs and all the way down the hallway.
County Population:
26,912
Cities:
4
Towns:
19
Villages:
6
Jefferson County
Barb Frank
Barbara A Frank
Since:
January 1997 
311 S. Center Avenue
Jefferson WI 53549
Hours:
8:00 am – 4:30 pm M-F
Phone:
920-674-7144
Fax:
920-674-7368
Services:

Statutory county clerk duties;  Negotiates and administers contracts with liability insurance carriers and third party administrator for self insured workers compensation. Sell temporary DMV license plates; Passport agent.

Education:

B.B.A. UW-Whitewater

Previous Work Experience:

County Accounting Manager, County Accounts Payable Clerk.

Other & Personal:
Gardening, walking, attending daughters’ athletic functions, bowling and reading. Love spending time with my husband of 32 years and 3 grown daughters.
 
*Appointee to the Wisconsin Counties Association County Organization & Personnel Steering Committee
*Past President of the Wisconsin County Clerks Association
County Information:

Located between Madison and Milwaukee; Johnson Creek Outlet Mall & Fireside Theatre; 

County Population:
81,022
Cities:
6
Towns:
16
Villages:
5
Jackson County
Kyle K Deno
Kyle K Deno
Since:
January 1999
307 Main Street
Black River Falls WI 54615
Hours:
Monday-Friday 8:00-4:30
Phone:
715/284-0268
Fax:
715/284-0278
Services:

The office of the County Clerk keeps and records minutes of all County Board proceedings, committee reports, and a record of all resolutions, orders, and ordinances adopted by the Board.  Publish and post appropriate notices as required by Wisconsin Statutes.  Other duties include processing all disbursements of county dollars for accounts payable and payroll for county employees.  Coordinate and process the county budget, coordinate bonding issues and maintain Statewide Voter Registration System for 26 or our 27 municipalities, along with providing support materials for elections.  Maintain accurate records of all financial transactions.  Issue marriage license, temporary vehicle licensing and renewals.  Administers various insurance programs for the county.

Education:

Received 2 vocational degrees from Western Wisconsin Technical Institute

Previous Work Experience:

I worked for Jackson County for 10 years prior to being elected County Clerk. I maintained the positions of Deputy County Clerk and Computer System Operator. I also worked at Fort McCoy as a Computer System Operator and at American Colloid in Belle Fouche, South Dakota in their payroll and accounts payable divisions.

Other & Personal:

I am married to my husband Dick and we have 2 grown daughters Brandi and Moriah.  I enjoy traveling, fishing and other outdoor activities and also spending time with my family.

County Information:

Jackson County is committed to providing those necessary and essential services that protect and enhance the quality of life for our residents and visitors through efficient and cost effective coordination and cooperation with local, state. Federal and private agencies. We recognize and promote the diversity of our natural, human, environmental, economic and public resources for the health, safety and well-being of our citizens.    Please view our website for more information about Jackson County. 

County Population:
20,523
Cities:
1
Towns:
21
Villages:
5
Iron County
Michael J Saari
Michael J Saari
Since:
January 1999
300 Taconite Street
Suite 101
Hurley WI 54534
Hours:
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Phone:
715-561-3375
Fax:
715-561-3375
Services:

Hunting/fishing licenses, marriage licenses, dog licenses, insurance contact, finance director, county elections, county board and finance committee minutes and agendas

Education:

Bachelor of Science, Accounting

Previous Work Experience:

Family business

County Information:
4 season recreational destination 
County Population:
5,961
Cities:
2
Towns:
10
Villages:
0
Iowa County
Gregory T Klusendorf
Gregory T Klusendorf
Since:
January 1999
222 N Iowa Street
Dodgeville WI 53533
Hours:
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Phone:
608-935-0399
Fax:
608-935-3024
Services:

Issue Marriage Licenses, issue Intent to Cut permits, issue dog licenses to municipalities, administer county, state and federal elections, record minutes of County Board meetings, property and liability insurance contact, administer payments to libraries, administer payments to cemeteries for the care of veteran’s graves,  administer DNR grants for snowmobile trails grant, fish and wildlife grant, compile and publish the Iowa County Directory, compile and publish the Iowa County Proceedings Book

Education:

Two years of college.

Previous Work Experience:

Retail store owner.

Other & Personal:

Married with two children.

County Information:

Iowa County is a predominantly rural area with a long farming tradition.  We are located in the part of the state that was not covered by glaciers so there are many beautiful bluffs and vistas.  Tourist attractions include the House on the Rock, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin, Pendarvis House, American Players Theatre, four golf courses, Governor Dodge State Park and Blackhawk Lake Recreation Area 

County Population:
23,687
Cities:
2
Towns:
14
Villages:
13
Green Lake County
Elizabeth Otto
Since:
January 2017
571 County Road A
PO Box 3188
Green Lake WI 54941
Hours:
8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Phone:
920-294-4005
Fax:
920-294-4009
Services:

Marriage licenses, record retention, agenda/minute retention, insurance, DNR licenses, passports, payroll, election administration

Education:

High School diploma, work experience

Previous Work Experience:

Municipal clerk for 15 years, worked in the County Clerk's Office for 8 years prior to taking office.

Other & Personal:

Traveling, reading, spending time with my grandchildren! Husband - Steve, 3 children

 

County Information:

Beautiful Green Lake, golf cources, biking trails, Amish tourist attactions.

County Population:
19,051
Cities:
4
Towns:
10
Villages:
2

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