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Kewaunee County aids those losing heat during cold snaps

The Kewaunee City Hall was open as a daytime warming center for those in need during the polar vortex.  While nobody took advantage of it, that raised questions about where to go when city hall closed for the day.  Kewaunee County Emergency Management has options for those left without power or heat during cold weather. Emergency Management Director Tracy Nollenberg says the agency can get individuals and families temporary accommodations during such extreme cold.

 

 

 

 

Nollenberg says there was no need for such help during this week's polar vortex, though they're ready if similar conditions develop through the remaining winter months.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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