Wagner Back in City and County Politics

Marshfield, WI (OnFocus) A face familiar to many that have followed Marshfield politics is returning.

Ed Wagner, who stepped back from the Wood County Board and Marshfield City Council in 2018 is returning to both. This election, Wagner ran unopposed to fill the seats vacated by Steve McSwain (District 5) on the Council and Jason Zaleski (District 4) on the board.

Wagner will be joined by new alderman Quentin Rosandich as a member of the Common Council. Rosandich ran unopposed for the District 3 seat and replaces Chris Jockheck.

There will also be a new face on the Marshfield School Board. Dan Neve beat out Dorothy Chaney for the second seat. Mark Konrardy came in first and will retain his seat.

In Marshfield, both Jill Karofsky and Democratic primary voters outperformed their Republican counterparts. Karofsky won Marshfield by 295 votes.

Pittsville will be getting some upgrades to their school buildings. The Pittsville School District approved a $6.7 million referendum to build a new career, tech, and agricultural building for the high school along with maintenance and repairs for the elementary and high school.

Mayor Chris Meyer & Alderman Ed Wagner Honored

Steven Okonek
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