Recommendations approved for Cana Island Interpretive Center

The planned Cana Island Interpretive Center could go before the full Door County Board of Supervisors by months end. That comes after the Facilities and Parks Committee recommended approval of the county's share of project funding and bids from contractors.  Wayne Spritka, Facilities and Parks Department Director, says those recommendations are among the final steps before construction begins.



The nearly 2000 square-foot interpretive center will cost nearly $593-thousand.  The recommendations now go before the Door County Finance Committee on May 20th and the County Board of Supervisors on May 28th.

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