2022 Door County Spring Election Results

The results from yesterday’s 2022 Spring Election are in. Within Door County there were 5, 812 ballots cast overall. There were 7 county supervisor districts with contested races. In District 2, incumbant Todd Thayse won with 175 votes while Lora Jorgensen had 98 votes. In District 4, Kara Counard’s 121 votes weren’t enough to beat Nancy Robillard’s 229. In District 5, Jeff Miller won with … Continue reading

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Masks Required in County Government Buildings

Door County Administrator Ken Pabich has announced a new face masking requirement for county government facilities. Starting Wednesday, it will be required that face masks be worn in all Door County Government buildings, given the recent recommendation from the CDC . Door County is now in the “substantial” transmission classification for COVID-19. They have issued this mask guidance to maximize protection from the new Delta … Continue reading

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DC County Supervisor Seat Vacant, District 7

Due to the recent resignation of Door County Supervisor Erin Tauscher, effective November 21st, the seat for Supervisor of District 7 is now vacant. District 7 consists of the City of Sturgeon Bay Wards 1 and 2. If you wish to be considered for appointment to this vacant county supervisor position you must submit a letter of interest to County Board Chairperson David Lienau, care … Continue reading

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New DC Government Buildings Restrictions

Door County government operations now have new COVID-19 related limitations and restrictions. Starting Wednesday and continuing through December 31st, public access to Door County buildings and facilities will be restricted. Access to county departments is now limited to by-appointment only, and while visiting you must follow all required health and safety measures. These include, of course, physical distancing and wearing a face covering. Staff telephone-work … Continue reading

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