Issues Update – Dec 5th

2018 Superior Days Issues Update Following December 4, 2017 Issues Committee Meeting The issues committee met on Monday, December 4th. 23 Superior Days delegates and interested community members were in attendance.  Mayor Jim Paine led the group through a process, which first struck any issues that did not meet the Superior Days 3-part “acid test,” […]

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Superior Days eNewsletter , Nov 13 (vol. 3, ed. 1)

The Superior Days eNewsletter is out, and is available here. Please note that the youth meeting dates includes an error.  The February all delegate training meeting will be at UW-Superior in the Yellow Jacket union, not the Superior Middle School as noted.

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Superior Days Issues Meeting Announced [Press Release]

Superior Days Invites Citizens to Set Issues for 2018 The 33rd Superior Days is scheduled for February 20 and 21, 2018 in Madison. In preparation the co-chairs Mayor Jim Paine and County Board Chair Mark Liebaert invite citizens from Northwest Wisconsin to attend the issues identification meeting. This session will be held Wednesday, October 25, […]

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Youth Delegate Training for 33rd Superior Days

2018 Youth Delegate Training Below is the youth delegate training for the 33rd Superior Days to be held February 20 and 21, 2018. Download Superior Days 2018 Youth Training as a PDF file. https://mix.office.com/watch/s8q6x7jn8p5x

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Issues Progress Made During 32nd Superior Days

Progress During the 2017-2019 Biennial Budget Ever wonder if Superior Days make a difference? The short answer is definitively: yes! Next Generation 911: WMTV reports on the $6.7 million included in the new biennial budget to developed enhanced 911 services.  911 will move to digital and interoperable systems across the State of Wisconsin.  In addition, […]

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What Makes A Good Superior Days Issue?

Wondering what the criteria are for a Superior Days issue? That is one of the most frequent questions the coordinators receive.  Superior Days has adopted a wide variety of issues since inception.  However, issues should meet a three-part “acid test,” described below: Issues must have major impact or unique implications for Northwest Wisconsin. Resolution of […]

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Council Places Referendum on November ballot

  August 19, 2016 Voters in Superior get a chance to weigh in on making the downtown business district better. Superior’s City Council on Tuesday approved an advisory referendum to appear on the November ballot. Voters are asked: “Should the Wisconsin State Legislature pass legislation authorizing a Local Exposition District Tax to further economic development […]

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