MINOCQUA – The Minocqua Police Department will soon have to replace three positions in its 24/7-dispatch center. Its police chief says now is the time to make some staffing changes.
Current staffing levels call for four full-timers and four part-timers. While all full-time positions are filled, they have only two part-timers on board, with a third person being trained for part-time work. “Something has to change,” Police Chief David Jaeger told the town board recently… READ MORE
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