Grant County Explores Having County Administrator

LANCASTER, WI (Ben Caxton) — The Grant County Board of Supervisors is exploring switching to a county administrator form of government. A special informational meeting is being held tonight at 6:00 PM in Lancaster where the board will hear from experts on the pros and cons of county government with a county administrator including structure, chain of command, authority, control, and the reimbursement or cost of the position. Grant County has operated under the administrative coordinator form of government, with the county clerk serving as the administrative coordinator, since 1987. However, the county board of supervisors also elects a county board chairperson, who handles the day-to-day administrative duties, rather than having it done by the county clerk.

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