Gov. Evers joins Clean Water summit in Door County

Governor Tony Evers joined a clean water roundtable discussion in Door County with community leaders on Monday afternoon.  The public meeting was hosted by the Door County Community Foundation and included nine local leaders along with Evers and his DNR secretary Preston Cole.  Evers declared 2019 the year of clean drinking water and wants to borrow $70 million to address water quality.   He says clean water is a critical issue that must be addressed.


The panel of local leaders included Brett Bicoy from the Door County Community Foundation, Chris Olson from the Door County Sanitation Department, Kevin Osgood from the Door County Maritime Museum, Tom Clay from the Door County Land Trust, Denise Stillman of Foremost Management Services, Dave Eliot of the Peninsula Pulse, Coggin Herringa from Crossroads at Big Creek, Mark Schuster of Bay Shore Outfitters, and Annie Egan from Celebrate Water Door County. 



You can find a video of the 35-minute roundtable discussion that was held on Monday with the link below.




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