County looks to approve grants for recreational improvements

Snowmobilers and boaters alike could benefit from a pair of resolutions slated to be discussed by the Kewaunee County Board next week. The county received a grant of $61,900 to improve a snowmobile bridge in the town of Carlton while it looks to split the $15,000 cost with the state to make improvements to the Heidmann Lake boat launch. Board Chairperson Robert Weidner says it is important for the county to continue to look for ways to maintain and improve its recreational opportunities.

The Kewaunee County Board will also discuss a resolution encouraging Door County to follow environmental regulations when they begin their drawdown of the Forestville Mill Pond in November. The Kewaunee County Board meets on Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the administrative center in Kewaunee.

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