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WFU to host Budget Organizing trainings on rural priorities

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Mai Xong resigns from Eau Claire City Council to pursue position in Evers administration

Councilwoman Mai Xong
April 12, 2021

City Clerk Carrie Riepl received the attached correspondence from former Eau Claire City Council Member Mai Xiong, indicating Ms. Xiong’s resignation from her service on the Eau Claire City Council effective April 9, 2021.

Eau Claire lifts alternate side of street parking early

winter parking
April 7, 2021

Due to a relatively mild winter, an early spring, and good long-range forecast, Community Services Director Renee Tyler, in accordance with authority granted by the City code of ordinances, has issued an order suspending Alternate Side Parking restrictions in the City of Eau Claire effective today through May 1, 2021.  Parking will now be permitted on both sides of the street until November 1, 2021, except in those locations where permanent or temporary parking restrictions are posted or mark

Dunn County Health and Human Services Board Unanimously Supports Health Advisory Encouraging Mask Use

Dunn County Seal
April 5, 2021

Menomonie, Wisconsin-April 5, 2021- The County Health and Human Services Board, comprised of
County Board members and citizen appointees, approved a resolution advising all residents to comply
with the most recent Health Advisory, which directed that all residents of Dunn County should wear a
face covering, covering mouth and nose completely, when indoors or in a public space other than a

Eau Claire mask mandate goes into effect

Mask Wearer
March 31, 2021

Today, the Supreme Court in the case of Fabick v. Evers issued its opinion on the legality of Governor Evers to issue successive Emergency Orders in relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Wisconsin Elections News: Absentee Voting Deadlines Quickly Approaching for 2021 Spring Election

ballot box
March 26, 2021

Wisconsin voters who are voting absentee by mail must act soon, according to the Wisconsin Elections Commission.

 

EC Health Dept: Individuals with certain medical conditions now eligible for COVID-19 vaccine

COVID-19 Vaccine
March 22, 2021

Beginning today, individuals aged 16 and older with nearly 20
different medical conditions, including cancer, diabetes, heart disease, pregnancy, and others,
become eligible for vaccine. This full list of eligible conditions includes:

WFU to host Budget Organizing trainings on rural priorities

March 13, 2021

Building a more vibrant rural Wisconsin starts with securing key funding for rural priorities in the state budget. Wisconsin Farmers Union is hosting two upcoming Budget Organizing Workshops to encourage engagement on rural issues.

 

The trainings will offer an overview of the state budget process. Attendees will also learn how their personal stories can make an impact through testimony at public hearings, engagement with the media, and deep canvassing.