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Boardwalk column: Douglas County, city of Superior offices closed on New Year's Eve

There is one meeting on the calendar for next week.

Government Center in Superior
Government Center, Superior, Wisconsin. (Jed Carlson / jcarlson@superiortelegram.com)
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram

Douglas County and city of Superior offices will be closed on Friday, Dec. 24 in observance of the Christmas holiday. Offices will also be closed on Friday, Dec. 31, in observance of the New Year holiday.

The town of Gordon 2021 real estate/property taxes have not yet been finalized. The town meets Dec. 30 to approve its corrected levy; bills will be mailed once approved. Call 715-376-2693 or email gordontowndouglas@yahoo.com with questions or concerns.

As of Wednesday, Dec. 22, all snowmobile and winter ATV/UTV trails under the management of Douglas County Forestry remain closed with the exception of Wild Rivers Trail, Saunders, Gandy Dancer and Trail 41 summer section. Clubs are out clearing and packing trails, Douglas County Forestry thanks citizens for their patience as volunteers check trails.

As trails become ridable, gates will open and postings will be placed. Please remember to check with neighboring counties and states before riding to make sure trails are open. Please ride safely! Contact Douglas County Forestry at 715-378-221 for information.

There are a few meetings on the calendar for next week:

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The land and development meeting will take place on Tuesday, Dec. 28, from 3-5 p.m. in room 201 of the Government Center.

The public safety committee meets on Thursday, Dec. 30, from 4-6 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!

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