Something strange is going on in Washington County government. The accidental loss of money, the odd development of a homeless shelter, and now this from the Washington County Insider. Is there something in the water?
Oct. 20, 2016 – West Bend, WI – Washington County attorney Kimberly A. Nass is not in the office. When questioned about her current status County Board Chairman Rick Gundrum refused comment as did County administrator Joshua Schoemann.Washington County Sheriff Dale Schmidt confirmed he was not conducting any criminal investigation on Nass.Nass, 49, started with the county in the early 1990s as an assistant to Washington County Judge Patrick Faragher.The job of the county attorney according to the county website is “provides legal advice to county board, it’s committees and county departments; drafts and reviews ordinances and resolutions for county board action; advises the county board with respect to parliamentary procedures; prosecutes mental commitment cases, guardianship, protective placement/services cases, termination of parental rights cases and shoreland, wetland, floodplain and sanitary code violations; attends county committee meetings and other county-related meetings; reviews contracts in which the county is a party and commences legal proceedings to collect on outstanding accounts due the county.”There was no comment on when Nass would return.Attempts have been made to contact Nass. This is the response received to the email.I am out of the office. Please contact the County Attorney’s Office at 262-335-4374.