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County administrator enjoying broadband discussion

Identifying the broadband needs in Kewaunee County is off to a good start according to Administrator Scott Feldt. The Broadband Study Committee was established by the Kewaunee County Board after a plan to earmark $1 million to improve the area’s Internet was nixed. Featuring a mix of county officials, IT professionals, and other citizens, the group is considering the options that best fit the area including a look at the coverage area and types of technology. Feldt says he likes how open-minded the committee appears to be addressing the county’s needs.

The Kewaunee County Broadband Study Committee will meet on the last Wednesday of every month at the administration center in Kewaunee beginning at 4:30 p.m.

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