March/April 2020 Issue
Also in this issue: Municipalities Have New Flexibility to Provide Notice of Open Meetings | Wisconsin Supreme Court Upholds City of Sheboygan Annexation | No Private Cause of Action to Compel Towns to Construct Roads to Meet Wis. Stat. § 82.50 Standards
The COVID-19 pandemic has fostered legislative and regulatory activity unprecedented in recent times. Coupled with Wisconsin’s “Safer at Home” directive, municipalities have significantly changed the way they provide services to the public. During the last month, our municipal attorneys have worked with you to understand the legal options required and/or available to you.
The Boardman Municipal Practice Group has also worked with our other practice groups to generate summaries of the laws and regulations dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, a number of which you have received directly. We have catalogued all those documents on our website for your continued review and reference. They can be located at: https://www.boardmanclark.com/covid.
This newsletter is published and distributed for informational pur-
poses only. It does not offer legal advice with respect to particular
situations, and does not purport to be a complete treatment of
the legal issues surrounding any topic. Because your situation
may differ from those described in this Newsletter, you should
not rely solely on this information in making legal decisions.