Door County ready to scale back during extreme cold

Door County residents are being warned that extreme cold weather could close some non-essential county operations.  With wind chills expected to fall to near minus-30 degrees, that could have an impact on staffing levels in some departments.  County administrator Ken Pabich says currently it is business as usual at the Door County Government Center on Nebraska Street, however, that could change.



Pabich recommends people travel to county government offices only if necessary during the extreme cold.  

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