Kewaunee County continues to rack up library fines

Kewaunee County Administrator Scott Feldt has 408,000 reasons why residents should order their books if they cannot make it to the Algoma or Kewaunee public libraries. That is approximately what residents have paid for library materials from Brown and Manitowoc counties over the last seven years. Kewaunee County is required to pay close to $3 an item under state law. Many of those items could have been found within the county. If they could not find it closer to home, Feldt says ordering them online could be just as convenient as using an out-of-county library.

Residents that order books through the service can pick up the materials at the Algoma or Kewaunee Public Libraries or Nicolet National Bank in Luxemburg.

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