Two county projects to get committees

A planned jail facility and potential broadband expansion will get committees Tuesday if approved by the Kewaunee County Board. Both committees will feature a mixture of Kewaunee County board members, staffers, and citizens to discuss the future of both projects. The board nixed a $1 million allocation for high-speed Internet expansion when it approved its budget last month and planning for a new county jail is in its early stages. Kewaunee County Board Chairperson Robert Weidner says he wanted to make sure he had the right mix of people to form the best committees possible.

The Kewaunee County Board will approve the appointment of these two committees and three positions in addition to weighing in on 10 different resolutions when it meets for the final time in 2018 on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the administration center in Kewaunee.  

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