Filing deadline for local offices is Jan. 6The deadline to file for several local offices is Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 5 p.m. Check with the municipal offices for information about nomination papers and hours.
The deadline to file for several local offices is Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 5 p.m. Check with the municipal offices for information about nomination papers and hours.
City of Hudson
The incumbents in each of the city districts that will elect an alderperson in the spring have filed for re-election. They are Randy Morrissette II in District 1, Scot O'Malley in District 5 and Alan Burchill in District 6.
As of Monday morning, Dec. 29, no one had filed to challenge the incumbent in any of the districts. The filing deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 6.
Nomination papers are available at City Clerk Nancy Korson's office at City Hall, 505 Third St. Korson can be contacted at (715) 386-4765 for more information.
Positions open in the Village of North Hudson include the seat of village president, currently occupied by Larry Larsen, trustees Joseph Cothern, Colleen O'Brien-Berglund and Marc Zappa and the seat of municipal judge Ben Wopat.
School board seats
Three seats on the Hudson Board of Education will be part of the spring election. They are currently occupied by incumbents Tom Holland, Brian Bell and Barb VanLoenen.
VanLoenen was elected last spring to complete the term of Tracy Habisch-Ahlin who resigned in June 2007 to become the district's communications specialist. All three have indicated they will be seeking re-election.
As of Friday, only one person had picked up papers to file as a candidate. The deadline for filing is Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 5 p.m. Candidacy papers are available at Superintendent Mary Bowen-Eggebraaten's office in the Administrative Services Center, 844 Brakke Drive, just north of I94, exit 4, off Highway 12. Office hours are 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. The office will be closed on Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 but open on Friday.
For more information contact the superintendent's office at (715)377-3702.
Candidates on town board are selected at caucuses held this month.
Up for election in the Town of Hudson are chairman Jeff Johnson and board members Tim Foster and Gale Qualls.
Up for election in the town of St. Joseph are Chair Theresa Johnson, board members Kevin Moelter and Rick Colbeth.
Up for election in the town of Troy are Chair Ray Knapp, board members Gloria Wahrenbrock and Jan Cuccia and constables Ron Schock and Mel Hermansen.