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- Clark County Highway Department Releases 2022 Highway Project Notice
Neillsville - The Clark County Highway department has released their plan for the 2022 highway project involving County Highway K. Details and virtual public involvement meeting are hosted online on their official county page – clarkcounty.wi.gov/highway. The public is invited to view the presentation and offer any questions or concerns about the proposed highway project and its potential impacts. Please return comments by November 10, 2020.
- Gov. Evers Directs Department of Health Services to Limit Indoor Public Gatherings
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers today directed Department of Health Services (DHS) Secretary-designee Andrea Palm to issue Emergency Order #3 limiting public gatherings to no more than 25 percent of a room or building’s total occupancy. See full the order and list of exemptions here. This directive is effective at 8 a.m. on Oct. 8, 2020, and will remain in effect until Nov. 6, 2020, and applies to any gatherings at locations that are open to the public such as stores, restaurants, and other businesses that allow public entry, as well as spaces with ticketed events. A frequently asked questions document is available for review here. “We’re in a crisis right now and need to immediately change our behavior to save lives,” said Gov. Evers. “We are continuing to experience a surge in cases and many of our hospitals are overwhelmed, and I believe limiting indoor public gatherings will help slow the spread of this virus. Folks, we need your help and we need all Wisconsinites to work together during this difficult time. The sooner we get control of this virus, the sooner our economy, communities, and state can bounce back.” Earlier today, the governor also announced an additional $100 million in support for Wisconsin's small businesses, including lodging, event venues, and others in the tourism industry, who are struggling in the wake of the pandemic without additional federal supports. “The unfortunate reality is this: the disease activity level of COVID-19 in Wisconsin is so high that going to a gathering puts you at very high risk of exposure,” said DHS Secretary-designee Palm. “We know gatherings are a key way this virus spreads, so we must act to limit indoor gatherings to stop the spread, reduce illness, and save lives.” Today, DHS reported an increase of 2,020 confirmed cases of COVID-19; 18 new deaths, and the seven-day average of new daily COVID-19 cases is 2,346 up from 836 one month ago. According to DHS’ Disease Activity dashboard and as of Sept. 30, 2020, 45 of Wisconsin counties meet the threshold of a very high disease activity level, which means that there are more than 350 cases per 100,000 people in that county. All other counties reported high case activity levels. This means Wisconsinites should assume they will likely be exposed to the virus if they leave home and should practice all safety precautions. Wisconsinites should take the following steps to stay safe and help stop the spread of COVID-19: Stay home whenever possible; Wear a mask; Wash your hands frequently; If you have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19, get tested; Get the flu shot to help reduce the strain on healthcare systems responding to the COVID-19 pandemic; Challenge misinformation and talk to friends and families about the importance of these safety precautions. For up-to-date information about Wisconsin’s COVID-19 response, visit the DHS COVID-19 webpage. We also encourage you to follow @DHSWI on Facebook and Twitter, or dhs.wi on Instagram for more information on COVID-19.
- Clark County Heat and Electric Assistance
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT-Clark County Heat and Electric Assistance September 16, 2020 The Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) is a program designed to assist households with their yearly heat and/or electric costs. The 2020-2021 heating season starts October 1, 2020. Eligibility will NOW be based on the household's previous month of income, rather than the former requirement of the previous three months of income. Self-Employment Income that is affected by COVID-19 will also be based on previous month of income, rather than the former requirement of using the most recent tax records. No walk-in appointments will be accepted for the 2020-2021 heating season. There are three ways that households can apply: phone, mail or online. To request an application or to schedule a phone appointment, please contact Clark County Department of Social Services at (715) 743-5233. For more information on the Wisconsin Home Energy Assistance Program (WHEAP) or to complete an online application visit www.homeenergyplus.wi.gov. Approximately 1,238 Clark County households were assisted last heating season. INCOME GUIDELINES FOR THE 2020-2021 HOME ENERGY PLUS PROGRAM YEAR (9/01/2020 through 9/30/2021) 60 PERCENT OF STATE MEDIAN INCOME GUIDELINES HOUSEHOLD ONE MONTH ANNUAL SIZE INCOME INCOME 1 $ 2,490.08 $29,881 2 $ 3,256.33 $39,076 3 $ 4,022.50 $48,270 4 $ 4,788.67 $57,464 5 $ 5,554.83 $66,658 6 $ 6,321.00 $75,852 7 $ 6,464.67 $77,576 8 $ 6,608.33 $79,300
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- Elections | Clark County WI
Elections Election Results Election information including election results, candidates, absentee ballot, frequently asked questions and a listing of the municipal clerks. Click to learn more... Wisconsin Absentee Ballot Candidates Registered for County Elections Municipal Clerks Polling Place Locations Voter Registration Application November 2020 Sample Ballot Hours: Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM | 517 Court Street, Neillsville, WI 54456 | Contact Us
- Apply For a Job | Clark County WI
Clark County Office of Personnel Personnel Office | 517 Court Street, Room 205 | Neillsville, WI 54456 | (715) 743-5224 EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES Employment Opportunities Current Jobs Casual/Reserve Van Driver & Center Coordinator Posted August 3, 2020 | Deadline - Until Filled Social Worker Posted: October 21, 2020| Deadline: November 6, 2020 Parks and Programs Manager Posted: October 23, 2020|Deadline: November 13, 2020 Current employment opportunities with Clark County are listed on this page. If you do not see any job postings listed below then there are currently no positions available. Clark County is an equal opportunity / civil rights compliance employer. Clark County accepts applications for currently advertised positions only. Apply Now Apply Online Download Application Download Sheriffs Application Clark County is a CRC/EOE/ADA employer To apply, please fill out the application below and email it directly to email@example.com. Remember to specify the job you are applying for and submit all accompanying paperwork. Incomplete applications will not be accepted. If you are having issues applying or submitting your application, please email or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you! email@example.com