The Commissioners, at their December 13th meeting,
approved the Commission's 2014-2014 Work Program and 2014 Budget.
As part of the Commission's adopted 2013-2016 Strategic Plan, the
Commissioners also approved the creation of a Financial Planning
Committee to oversee the long-term financial direction of the
Commission. Commissioners serving on this committee are Mary Meyer,
Tom Kussow, Mike Hotz, Dan Koski, and Eric Corroy. The committee
members will meet for the first time in early 2014 to review a
draft of the Commission's 2013 audit.
If your community or county is in need of planning,
GIS, or grant administration assistance, please contact our office.
Me and my staff are willing to discuss your needs and identify the
appropriate financial and technical resources in which to address
Thank you for a great 2013, and we look forward working
with each of you in 2014.
Go Packers, Phoenix, and Badgers!
"Anyone I've spoken to at Bay-Lake is very easy to
talk to and understanding." - Town of Pembine Plan
"I love working with Bay-Lake ... they're always
listening to what I need." - Village of Cleveland
"The partnership with your agency was very helpful
and allowed for better communications and planning on this
project." - Oneida Tribe of Wisconsin
Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan Contest
Information on the 2013 Northeast Wisconsin Business Plan
Contest can be found at: http://newrep2013.istart.org
The deadline to submit a 250-word business concept statement is
January 5, 2014.
UWEX Land Use Planning and Zoning WisLine Series - Spring 2014
(January - May)
UW Extension Local Government Center Land Use Planning and
Zoning has identified its Spring 2014 WisLine
Teleconference Series. Topics include State Program Updates
including Farmland Preservation and Wind Energy; Local Land Use
Regulation and Mining; Annexation Basics; etc. Visit the
for more information about the WisLine Series and to sign up for
topics of interest.
Federal Funding Notification announcing EDA grant funds
available for Public Works and Economic Adjustment projects. One page summary and Grants.gov website for more
EPA FY 2014 Brownfields Assessment, Revolving Loan Fund and Cleanup
Grants. Visit the EPA website
for more information. Proposals due January 22, 2014.
Commission staff will continue to accept requests for
demographic and economic information using EMSI software. All
counties and local units of government, along with planning and
economic development partners, are eligible to receive this service
through the Commission. The data found on EMSI Analyst and the
reports generated using the information can be very valuable in
drafting grant applications, preparing site search proposals, as
well as evaluating local and regional economic conditions for
future projects and investments.
Please contact Brandon Robinson or Josh Schedler at (920)
448-2820 for questions/concerns or to submit an EMSI Analyst
Upcoming Conferences/Workshops/Public Meetings
Full Commission Meeting, Friday, March14, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. at
the Harmony Cafe in Green Bay.