Rusk County Job Opportunities
Applicants for the Highway Dept jobs MUST pick up or request the job applications from the Highway Dept due to special information that is due in regards to WisDOT requirements. Applicants can NOT fill out the job application that is on the County’s website and return them anywhere other than the Highway Dept due to sensitive information that is required.
Rusk County is an equal opportunity employer.
SPRING LOAD RESTRICTIONS EXPIRATION
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes 349.16, Rusk County highway season weight restrictions will expire effective at 12:01 p.m.(NOON) on Monday, April 18, 2016.
This notice does not include town roads. Townships will need to be contacted directly for the status of their seasonal weight restrictions.
BY ORDER OF THE
SCOTT R. EMCH, P.E., HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER
Pursuant to Wisconsin Statutes 349.16, Rusk County highway season weight restrictions will become effective Monday, March 7, 2016 at 12:01 p.m. Adjustment to the proposed effective date may be considered contingent upon weather conditions. The Rusk County Highway weight restrictions for 2016 shall be set at 4 Tons per Axle – 20 Ton Gross. This applies to all County Trunk Highways in Rusk County except for: • CTH “I” from Highway 8 south and west to Highway 27. • CTH “G” from Ladysmith south and east to CTH “I”. • CTH “D” East from Highway 27 East to the Taylor County Line This is a critical period of time for the county highways and we request support and cooperation for this temporary load limit. The Rusk County Highway Department will be enforcing the posted seasonal weight limits and penalties may be imposed under sec. 348.21, Wis. Statutes for violations. This notice does not include town roads. Townships will need to be contacted directly for the status of their seasonal weight restrictions. BY ORDER OF THE RUSK COUNTY HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER SCOTT R. EMCH, P.E.
The new 2015-2016 Rusk County Directories are now available for purchase in the County Clerk’s Office for $2.
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