You can begin helping the city of Kewaunee create a plan for its lakefront this week. The city has already released an online survey for residents, but the first of two public input sessions are slated to take place Thursday night from 6-8 at Kewaunee City Hall. The sessions come after the Kewaunee County UW Extension presented the results of its charrettes project for the site over a year ago. Kewaunee Community and Economic Planner Autumn Linsmeier says the public will weigh in on some of the sites identified during that study.
If you can’t attend this Thursday’s session and want to make your voice heard, a second meeting will be held in the Kewaunee High School theater on Tuesday, May 21st from 6-8 p.m. or you can take the survey included online with this story.