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Wright County Supervisors welcome Jan Sheehan as new Social Service Director.
Posted: Sep 03 2014 by ppowers

 The Wright County Supervisors welcomed Jan Sheehan as the new director of the county social services department during a meeting on Tuesday morning.Sheehan replaces Brad Leckrone who retired this summer after serving since 1998.Sheehan informed the supervisors that no major changes are expected in her department serving eligible residents in the county.

The supervisors also met with Brad Hicks on the lease agreement with the MIDAS Council of Governments on the lease agreement for the new MIDAS Transit building. The agreement was approved by the board members. The date of Wednesday,October 1 was set for an open house of the building with the public invited to come tour and meet the staff.

In another matter the Wright County Supervisors met with Michelle Walters from Building Families on the Apparent Parent program. The program is to offer advice to parents on how to raise children in their families and the growing years for each of them.

 The Wright County Supervisors welcomed Jan Sheehan as the new director of the county social services department during a meeting on Tuesday morning.Sheehan replaces Brad Leckrone who retired this summer after serving since 1998.Sheehan informed the supervisors that no major changes are expected in her department serving eligible residents in the county.

The supervisors also met with Brad Hicks on the lease agreement with the MIDAS Council of Governments on the lease agreement for the new MIDAS Transit building. The agreement was approved by the board members. The date of Wednesday,October 1 was set for an open house of the building with the public invited to come tour and meet the staff.

In another matter the Wright County Supervisors met with Michelle Walters from Building Families on the Apparent Parent program. The program is to offer advice to parents on how to raise children in their families and the growing years for each of them.

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