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Wisconsin’s Washington County spring hearing draws small crowd

The Wisconsin DNR’s Bret Owsley responds to a comment at the Washington County spring hearing. (Photo by Larry Polenske)

The four-year lag between in-person spring hearings (the last one was in 2019) took a toll on attendance at the Washington County spring hearing. Only 42 people registered at the meeting in West Bend April 8, compared to 95 in 2019 and 190 in 2018 when a crossbow question drew a larger than normal crowd.
The first issue dealt with at the hearing was a change in the makeup of the county’s Conservation Congress delegates.

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