This week’s featured question was asked for MAPS Superintendent Dr. John Sample.
The question reads: “Is there a place we can go or someone to contact about questions about the referendum? There are some things I don’t understand but I don’t know who to call or where to go to get answers. Will there be a meeting or something open to the public where we can come and talk about things with officials? Thanks”
Answer as given by Dr. Sample:
“Thank you for your question! We offer a variety of methods to receive referendum information and welcome all inquiries. It is important to us that residents have accurate information in a timely manner
“There will be a referendum open house/informational evening open to all district residents on Monday, March 19, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at Merrill High School.
“For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org; visit our website at www.mapsedu.org/ref2018; call Dr. John Sample, Superintendent at 715.536.4581; or stop by for the Superintendent “Open Door” on Fridays, January 26-March 23, 4:00-5:00 p.m. at the District Office, 1111 North Sales Street.”
Have a question or concern you would like to address? Simply send your question or concern to email@example.com along with an indication of which entity your question or concern pertains to. Current participants are the Merrill Police Department, Merrill Fire Department, Tomahawk Police Department, Lincoln County Administrative Coordinator Randy Scholz, Merrill City Administrator Dave Johnson, Merrill Area Housing Authority Director Paul Russell, Lincoln County Clerk Chris Marlowe and Merrill Area Public Schools (MAPS) Superintendent Dr. John Sample. Please note: Those who submit to the ‘Ask an Official’ feature remain anonymous.