Gov. Tony Evers Appoints Julie Gleeson as Ashland County Register of Deeds
"Julie Gleeson’s 16 years of public service in Ashland County make her an exceptional choice for the Register of Deeds position."
“Julie Gleeson’s 16 years of public service in Ashland County make her an exceptional choice for the Register of Deeds position,” Gov. Evers said. “I am confident that with her dedication to the Ashland community and years of experience, including as Deputy Register of Deeds, that Gleeson has the skills and vision necessary to continue the excellent work at the Register of Deeds’ Office.”
Julie Gleeson has worked for Ashland County for the last 16 years. She has served in the Register of Deeds Office since 2012 and has been the Deputy Register of Deeds since 2016. Previously, she also spent several years as an Assistant Real Property Lister and GIS Mapper for the county. Gleeson is also a Certified Title Examiner with the Wisconsin Land Title Association.
Office of the Governor
Recent Press Releases by Gov. Tony Evers
Gov. Evers, Attorney General Kaul join Rep. Sargent and Sen. Taylor in supporting extreme risk protection orders
The grant awards are the result of a process that was started in June when the WHEDA Board of Directors approved making available to the Interagency Council $500,000 in statewide funding for programs that help people experiencing homelessness.
These positions were allocated throughout the state based on requests made by the county district attorneys, with 56 Wisconsin counties receiving a total of 64.95 new positions.