What We Do
Langlade County Economic Development Corporation is committed to take a structured, proactive approach toward enhancing the viability of existing businesses and recruitment of new enterprises to Langlade County. We meet one-on-one with business owners and entrepreneurs to focus on ways we can assist a business in achieving its goals. Our purpose is to assist each business we work with to plan, meet challenges and succeed by bringing the appropriate resources to the table with strict confidentiality.
Langlade County Economic Development Corporation is a non-profit 501 c (3) corporation created to address the economic and community development needs of Langlade County. Currently, funding is made possible through the proactive efforts of the Antigo City Council and Langlade County Board along with administration fees earned through the Economic Development Revolving Loan fund (EDRLF), as well as administration of State and Federal Grants. Governance for the corporation is quite unique as it is a partnership between Langlade County, The City of Antigo and members of the private sector representing our diverse business climate.
2018 Langlade County Economic Development Corporation Board Members
Front Row: Warren Wagner, Ron Nye, Steve Wilder, Tom Bauknecht
Back Row: Fred Westphal, Bill Livingston, Andy Merry, Bill Brandt, Michael Hunter, Brady Koss, Tom Gallenberg
2019 Board of Directors:
Andy Merry, President, Merry’s Berries
Thomas Bauknecht, Vice President, City of Antigo
Warren Wagner, Secretary, Elcho Community Pavilion
Ron Nye, County Board First Vice-Chairman, County Board – District No. 11-Town of Rolling-Ward 2
William Livingston, County Board – District 18 – Town of Wolf River – Ward 1
William Brandt, Mayor-City of Antigo, City of Antigo
Angel Zimmermann, Member, Boys & Girls Club of Langlade County
Lynn D’Amato, Member, Skarlupka Manufacturing, Inc
Fred Westphal, Member, Wisconsin Public Service
Dillon Gretzinger, Member, Co-Vantage Credit Union
Michael Hunter, Member, Volm Companies
All LCEDC meetings, agendas and minutes are posted on our website.
Review our monthly reports, annual report, past reports, and other LCEDC reports.
The Langlade County Economic Development Corporation would like to thank all of our investors for their generous contributions.