NEILLSVILLE-AREA SUPERVISOR NOT SEEKING REELECTION
Friday, December 7th, 2007 -- 1:45 PMA good chunk of the city of Neillsville will have a new representative on the Clark County Board of Supervisors after next April's elections.
Bill Warren has filed a declaration of non-candidacy after serving one term as the district 26 supervisor. His district included Neillsville's north side and parts of the Towns of Pine Valley and Grant.
Warren says he enjoyed his time on the board, but wants to do some other things with his life.
Warren will depart as the County gets set to deal with some tough budget decisions. He says the board may have to consider other tax revenue because state budget restrictions have complicated matters.
Candidates have until December 21st to file declarations of non-candidacy.
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