Register Now for the 2016 Municipal Seminar

Join us for the 2016 Municipal Seminar on Thursday, October 27, 2016, at WITC – New Richmond Campus at 1019 South Knowles Avenue. Registration and light dinner will be served from 5:30-6:00 p.m. Presentations will commence at 6:00 p.m.

Topics will include:

  • Parliamentary Procedure – Dan Hill, UW Extension
  • Healthcare Reform Update and Recent Trends – JA Counter
  • Ordinance Enforcement – Kate Avoles, Bakke Norman
  • Public Finance Update – Sean Lentz, Ehler & Associates

To register, CLICK HERE or call (715-246-3800) or email Janet King. Please RSVP by October 14, 2016.

2013 Municipal Seminar

Bakke Norman hosted its Municipal Seminar on Thursday, October 3, 2013, at the WITC-New Richmond Campus.

Seminar sessions included:

These video presentations, and others, are available on Bakke Norman’s YouTube channel at: Enjoy the 2013 Municipal Law Seminar videos below.

Ethics – Kevin Kennedy, Wisconsin Government Accountability Board

Economic Development – Tom Schumacher, Bakke Norman Law Offices

Grievance Policies – Pete Reinhardt, Bakke Norman Law Offices

Affordable Care Act – Terry Dunst, Bakke Norman Law Offices

Open Meetings/Closed Session – Lee Turonie,Wisconsin Towns Association

Municipal Seminar Held April 5, 2012

Bakke Norman hosted its Municipal Seminar on Thursday, April 5, 2012, at the Ready Randy’s Conference Center, 1490 131st St., New Richmond, WI.

Seminar sessions included:

Video of the presenatations is available at Bakke Norman’s YouTube channel at: or continue to scroll through these pages.

Tom Schumacher greeted the attendees.

Tom Schumacher also gave a legal update of new legislation and recent cases.

Adam Jarchow gave a brief update on frac sand issues.

Jill Luken and Katie Cole from JA Counter & Associates discussed the current healthcare environment and how a municipality could benefit from understanding more than just paying a premium.

Sean Lentz and Brian Reilly from Ehlers discussed municipal finance.

Lee Turonie from the Wisconsin Towns Association discussed regulatory ordinances & their enforcement.

The evening concluded with a panel discussion.

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