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Boardwalk column: Applications open for nonprofit funding

The nonprofit agency funding request form and policy can be found on the Douglas County website under the news tab.

Government Center in Superior
Government Center, Superior, Wisconsin.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
We are part of The Trust Project.

Douglas County will be accepting applications from nonprofit agencies for inclusion in the 2022 annual capital projects process.

The application form should be submitted to the county clerk’s office by March 15. The nonprofit agency funding request form and policy can be found on the Douglas County website under the news tab .

As of Wednesday, Jan. 12, most trails under the management of Douglas County have been groomed and are in fair to good riding condition.

Service roads and parking lots for Douglas County ski trails are plowed; ski trails are packed and tracks set.

Many thanks to all the great clubs and volunteers who assist in maintaining our trails! Please ride safe, and respect property owners by staying on trails. Reach out to Douglas County Forestry at 715-378-2219 with questions or concerns.

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One meeting is scheduled for next week: The Douglas County Board meets on Thursday, Jan. 20, from 6-8 p.m. in room 201 of the Government Center.

For more information on meetings, agendas, or Douglas County, please visit our website, www.douglascountywi.org .

Community input and participation is always appreciated! If you have a suggestion or a comment, please contact me at 715-395-1429 or email Melissa.Pratt@douglascountywi.org .

Make it a great week!

Melissa Pratt is a human resources specialist for Douglas County.

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