Kewaunee County repairing roads after flood damage

Kewaunee County has spent approximately $70,000 repairing local roads affected by flooding earlier this month. Fast snowmelt and accompanying rains wiped out roadways and washed away shoulders in several spots around the county, even forcing the closure of Highway P just south of the Door County border and County Line Road south of Highway 54. Kewaunee County Highway Commissioner Todd Every says the costs will creep up as they get deeper into spring.

Every says they will do some asphalt repairs beginning in May, but some municipalities like the town of Luxemburg will likely wait a year before making drastic fixes to their affected roads.

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