Technical problems delayed the Door County Board of Supervisors meeting Tuesday by twenty minutes, but the organizational meeting agenda was able to be accomplished within three hours. Utilizing video conferencing and an online voting tool, the board overcame the slight delay and had the 20 seated supervisors participating either in-person or virtually. After the swearing-in of the newly elected supervisors, the board voted to re-elect Dave Lienau as Chairperson and elect Susan Kohout as the Vice-chair. County Administrator Ken Pabich says the board then was updated on the COVID-19 situation in Door County. He surmises that Door County will align their current State of Emergency with Governor Evers extended Safer at Home Order.
In other business, the Door County Board discussed the addition of recent expenditures taken on by the county, which Pabich categorized as not significant.
Supervisors were assigned to Committees, Commissions, and Boards during Tuesday's meeting as well.