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Peter C. Biermeier

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Recreation , Planning and Develop...

Phone: (608) ***-****  
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
4802 Sheboygan Avenue Room 451
Madison , Wisconsin 53707
United States

Company Description: The Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) was officially established in 1967 by combining formerly independent agencies and the Department of Motor...   more
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  • Bethel University
  • degree
    UW-Eau Claire
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Peter Biermeier Wisconsin State Parks PO Box 7921 Madison, WI 53707 608-264-6136 peter.biermeier@wisconsin.gov
Peter Biermeier with the ...
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Peter Biermeier with the State Parks Department says Devil's Lake is one of the busiest state parks with almost 2 million visitors each year.
He says the park also generates nearly $2 million in annual revenue.
"On Wednesday this week we received a letter from the National Park Service asking us to close these seven properties that are so valuable to the people of Wisconsin because of the federal shutdown," said Biermeier, Chief of Recreation, Planning and Development at Wisconsin State Parks.
"The feds provide a portion of funding for the seven properties," continued Biermeier. "It's not a very large portion, but it's a valuable portion that we appreciate. It's not significant to the point we'd shut these properties down and close out visitors who want to be there."
But the state's decision to keep the parks open means there's a chance the parks won't get that funding back from the federal government once the shutdown is over.
Biermeier says state leaders are willing to take that chance.
"We still get application permits for ...
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"We still get application permits for weddings and picnics, but the trend for group adventure events are making us revisit how we can accommodate these users along with our traditional user groups," Peter Biermeier, Wisconsin State Parks Chief of Recreation Planning and Development, said.
These new events are much more involved, requiring contingency plans for safety, first aid, communications, traffic control as well as handling all the garbage they generate. "Most groups are good about cleaning up, but there are occasional problems," Biermeier said. State park staff, he continued, "will withhold permit monies if events are not cleaned up properly, if there is erosion or other damage. These new events make much wider and intensive use of our trails and parks, they don't just hang around the parking lots."
Biermeier said a balance needs to be found. "While we welcome these events as a means to get citizens outdoors, it's important that we don't displace our traditional park users," he said.
"We still get application permits for ...
www.silentsports.net [cached]
"We still get application permits for weddings and picnics, but the trend for group adventure events are making us revisit how we can accommodate these users along with our traditional user groups," Peter Biermeier, Wisconsin State Parks Chief of Recreation Planning and Development, said.
These new events are much more involved, requiring contingency plans for safety, first aid, communications, traffic control as well as handling all the garbage they generate. "Most groups are good about cleaning up, but there are occasional problems," Biermeier said. State park staff, he continued, "will withhold permit monies if events are not cleaned up properly, if there is erosion or other damage. These new events make much wider and intensive use of our trails and parks, they don't just hang around the parking lots."
Biermeier said a balance needs to be found. "While we welcome these events as a means to get citizens outdoors, it's important that we don't displace our traditional park users," he said.
"We still get application permits for ...
www.silentsports.net [cached]
"We still get application permits for weddings and picnics, but the trend for group adventure events are making us revisit how we can accommodate these users along with our traditional user groups," Peter Biermeier, Wisconsin State Parks Chief of Recreation Planning and Development, said.
These new events are much more involved, requiring contingency plans for safety, first aid, communications, traffic control as well as handling all the garbage they generate. "Most groups are good about cleaning up, but there are occasional problems," Biermeier said. State park staff, he continued, "will withhold permit monies if events are not cleaned up properly, if there is erosion or other damage. These new events make much wider and intensive use of our trails and parks, they don't just hang around the parking lots."
Biermeier said a balance needs to be found. "While we welcome these events as a means to get citizens outdoors, it's important that we don't displace our traditional park users," he said.
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