Jackson County Board approves wolf resolution

BLACK RIVER FALLS - The Jackson County Board, during its January 17 meeting, approved a resolution on the state's wolf management policy.

The resolutions called for the population of wolves in Jackson County to be no higher than 350 and also supported delisting gray wolves as an endangered specie. The vote for the resolution was 11-7 in favor.

The board unanimously approved a zoning request from the Jackson County Zoning Ordinance filed by James and Pamela Smetana on
the day of November 29, 2021 to change the Official Zoning Map from the A-2 (Forestry and Limited Agriculture) District to the R-2 (Residential) for the construction of a replacement single-family home and a duplex for family members.

The board also, during its January meeting, unanimously approved authorizing matching funds to towns and villages in the county for broadband expansion, also unanimously adopted the county employee wage study recommendations and Implement new pay schedule and the addition of one (1.0) FTE Environmental Health Sanitarian.

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