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for Blue Earth County Commissioner-4th District

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About Will Purvis

 
 
Board of Commissioners
Title: District 4 Commissioner
Phone: (507) 549-3420 (H) / (507) 317-5465 (C)
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Will Purvis Address:
13798 534th Lane
Vernon Center, MN 56090

Cities and Communities:
Amboy, Good Thunder, Lake Crystal, Mankato Precinct 1 and 3, Vernon Center

Townships:
Cambria, Butternut Valley, Lincoln, Ceresco, Pleasant Mound, Judson, Garden City, Vernon Center, Shelby, South Bend, Lyra, Sterling, Rapidan

Term:
Expires 2017

Served Since:
2006

Committees & Boards
Will Purvis serves on the following committees and boards for the County:

  • Association of Minnesota Counties (AMC) District 7
  • AMC Public Safety Committee
  • AMC Strategic Communications and Outreach Committee
  • AMC Voting Members
  • Brown County Evaluation Center JPB
  • Blue Earth County Department Heads
  • Community Farm
  • Ditch Advisory Committee
  • Extension Committee
  • Law Library Board    
  • Mayors and Clerks    
  • Minnesota Drainage Inspector Association
  • NACo Methamphetamine Action Group Task Force
  • NACo Justice and Public Safety Steering Committee
  • Rural Minnesota Energy Board
  • Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD)
  • South Central EMS JPB
  • Township Officers (BECATO)

News Update: September 15th 2016-Mankato Free Press Article.

http://www.mankatofreepress.com/news/local_news/commissioner-purvis-appointed-to-courthouse-grant-advisory-panel/article_848fd8fe-79df-11e6-b095-7b402b6de495.html

Commissioner Purvis appointed to courthouse grant advisory panel


MANKATO — Blue Earth County Commissioner Will Purvis has been  appointed to represent the Association of Minnesota Counties on an advisory panel for courthouse security grant funding.
The Safe and Secure Courthouse Grant Advisory Panel will oversee the grant application and award process after the Legislature established a $1 million grant program under the auspices of the chief justice of the state Supreme Court.

Purvis had been meeting on the courthouse security work group for about a year. The group originally asked the Legislature for $20 million for courthouse security throughout the state.

The funding will require a 50 percent local match. Blue Earth County has not yet decided about applying.

The county's justice center, which opened in 2009, is new compared to many courthouses and has several security measures in place, including armed bailiffs, video surveillance and secure methods for prisoner transport.

"We certainly have a pretty good courthouse security system," Purvis said.

 

 

A STRONG Voice for the People of District 4

Will Purvis radiates the principles of teamwork, leadership, & fiscal responsibility.
He’s served his community with integrity and honor and wants to continue in
his role as your B.E. County Commissioner.   Currently, Will serves on many committees and boards and is active in his community.

Contributing to the foundation of the community through long-standing leadership and volunteerism.   Will Purvis is a proven leader who will work with people for the good of the community.

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