The Langlade County Board of Supervisors will hold its November monthly meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the County Board Room on the lower level of the Safety Building.

The location marks a return of meetings to the Board Room, as recent months have seen the sessions take place in the Clover Room of the Multi-purpose Building at the fairgrounds.

The public may attend the meeting via Zoom with call in number 1-312-626-6799, meeting ID 421 344 108, password 5264.

Under old business, the board will hear an update from the ad hoc committee that is investigating possibilities for a second branch of Langlade County Court. The committee toured the courthouse last week in search of spaces that could be renovated for a second courtroom.

Health and Social Services director Ron Barger will discuss extending a previous resolution that created four contact tracer positions in the health department. That resolution was initially passed in June with a sunset provision; now Barger will request that the positions be extended into 2021.

Barger appears again under new business, to request recognition of the appointment of new public health officer, Jean Weston.

Also under new business, Jonette Arms will offer updates regarding the 2019 annual ADRC-CW report, Forest Adminstrator Erik Rantala will discuss the comprehensive land use plan, and social services will have a presentation regarding child placement and return.

On the consent agenda, John Marmes will be appointed for a three year term to the Veterans Service Commissioners and Robin Stowe will be re-appointed to the North Central Health Care Board.

Of three resolutions on the agenda, one stands out, a resolution to revise board rules regarding publication of legal notices. Through this resolution, the board intends to cease publication of legal notices in the Antigo Daily Journal and post such notices in three public places throughout the county.

Two other resolutions are scheduled, one to take tax title to delinquent tax land for the 2017 tax year and the other to support legislation to amend hearing timelines for juveniles taken into custody.

The supervisors may enter into closed session to discuss personnel matters.