An outside auditor has found payroll and retirement plan issues which could cost a village in northwestern Wisconsin more than a half-million dollars. The Lake Negagamon administrator and treasurer has been fired. Swan Dawson had worked for the village for nearly 40 years. The problems came to light when Clerk Amy Huber made a “whistle-blower” complaint as she was resigning. Huber agreed to stay on the job until the investigation is complete and Dawson’s position is filled.