Burnett County, Wisconsin

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Burnett County is one of 72 counties in Wisconsin. The county was formed in 1856 and was named after state legislator Thomas P. Burnett. Burnett County is located in northwestern Wisconsin, covers 821.5 square miles and contains 509 lakes. The county seat is Meenon.[1]

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Website evaluation

Main article: Evaluation of Wisconsin county websites
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Budget
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Audits N
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Contracts N
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Lobbying N
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Public records P
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Local taxes P
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Transparency grading process


The good

  • The budget is posted.[2]
  • Meeting times are listed.[3]
  • Minutes are available for meetings of all boards.[4]
  • The Board of Supervisors members are listed with contact information.[5]
  • Administrative and human resources contact information is posted.[6]
  • Building permit and zoning information is available.[7]
  • Information is available on obtaining public records.[8]
  • There is an option for paying taxes online, although there is no breakdown of taxes and tax code.[9]


The bad

  • There is no information on audits, contracts or lobbying.

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