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Governor's Council on Migrant Labor and the Ad Hoc Committee on Migrant Seasonal Farmworkers

05/11/2023 10:00 AM

Virtual Meeting via Microsoft Teams, Madison, WI- 53703


Agency: Department of Workforce Development
Contact: Kathryn Mueller
(608) 733-3907

Meeting held via MS TEAMS
Meeting ID: 224 381 373 615 
Passcode: bxLHAg 


Or call in (audio only) 
+1 608-571-2209,,250014049#   United States, Madison 
Phone Conference ID: 250 014 049#




  1. Welcome and Introductions 
    1. Roll call of current committee members 
      1. Erica Sweitzer-Beckman - Chairperson
      2. John Bauknecht
      3. Erica Kunze
      4. Aimee Jo Castleberry
      5. Kate Lambert
      6. Laura Waldvogel
      7. Jose Martinez
    2. Intro of other council members present
  2. Approval of Agenda 
  3. Administrative Code Updates Timeline
    1. Options for members of the public to comment on Wis. Admin. DWD Chapter 301
  4. Review of Wis. Admin. DWD Chapter 301 Admin Draft Updates 
  5. New Business
    1. Committee members may suggest new topics for the committee to discuss
  6.  Announcements/ Future Items
    1. The next meeting of the Governor’s Council on Migrant Labor Ad Hoc Committee on Migrant Seasonal Farmworkers is Tuesday, May 23, 2023 at 12:30 PM
    2. Other announcements by committee members

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