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  • 1 Jun 2016 12:00 PM | Anonymous

    The Wisconsin County Highway Association is excited to unveil their new website, which features the latest in association news, updates, calendar of events and other important resources.

    A special thanks goes out to WCHA website committee members who guided the project through the process.  The site was done by WisNet.com, located in Fond du Lac, WI.

    Members Only Section
    A highlight of the new WCHA website is a password protected, members-only section.  Within this section, you will find important committee information, meeting agendas and minutes, legislative strategies and other important WCHA documents.

    How to Login to WCHA Member Site:
    •    To login to the site, go to www.wiscohwy.org.
    •    You can access the member login section in two ways.  The first is in the upper right menu bar, where it says “Member Site.”  The second is in the lower bottom left corner, where it says “Member Login.”
    •    Each spot with take you to the login page, where you will be prompted to enter in your username and password.
Your Username and Password:

    Questions about the site or issues logging in? Contact Michelle Gormican Thompson via email or at 608.577.9405.


  • 5 Apr 2016 12:00 PM | Anonymous
    WCHA delegates listen to WisDOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb at the TDA Fly-in's opening session in D.C.

    WCHA delegates listen to WisDOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb at the TDA Fly-in’s opening session in D.C. on April 6. 2016.

    WCHA’s officials and county highway representatives were in Washington, D.C. April 6-7 as a part of the Transportation Development Association of Wisconsin’s Annual Fly In.

    While in D.C., they met with Wisconsin’s entire Congressional Delegation to discuss key transportation topics.  In addition, they toured Speaker Paul Ryan’s office and heard from industry experts.

    To view the entire 2016 TDA Fly-In agenda, click here.


  • 5 Apr 2016 12:00 PM | Anonymous
    Bill Signing 33016 117

    The Wisconsin County Highway Association and the Wisconsin Counties Association (WCA) is commending Senator Jerry Petrowski (R-Marathon) and Representative John Spiros (R-Marshfield) for their dedication in keeping highway work zones safer with the signing of their bills, SB 135 and AB 198. The bills, prompted by three Wisconsin highway work zone fatalities in 2015, ban the use of “handheld communication devices” in areas labeled as work zones.

    “This is a common sense piece of legislation that goes a long way toward promoting a safer highway work zone environment,” said WCA Executive Director Mark D. O’Connell. “We appreciate the dedication of Senator Petrowski and Representative Spiros to county highway issues and to the workers that keep Wisconsin moving and our economy thriving.”

    WCHA has been working in partnership with WCA to make passage of this bill a priority. Last summer, Shawano, Calumet and Lincoln County each experienced a fatality of a highway department employee.

    “Our county highway workers are literally putting their lives on the line every day and this new law will be one more tool to protect them,” said WCHA Executive Director Daniel Fedderly, P.E.; P.L.S. “People need to slow down in work zones and be aware that there are deadly consequences for irresponsible and inattentive driving. We are grateful to Senator Petrowski and Representative Spiros for their commitment to keeping our county workers safer on the job.”

    SB 135 and AB 198 were signed into law by Governor Walker on Wednesday, March 30, 2016 in Madison.


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