Door County Board to decide fate of transportation program

The Door County Board of Supervisors will be addressing the future of the Door County Transportation Program at the upcoming meeting on Tuesday morning.  Beginning in 2020, taxpayer cost for the Door 2 Door Rides are expected to reach $170,000 per year to keep the program going with projections reaching $220,000 within five years.  Door County Administrator Ken Pabich says he expects the board to take some action on Tuesday. 



Other agenda items to be covered at the Door County Board of Supervisors meeting include finalizing funding for the Cana Island visitor center project and a proposed automated boat launch reserve to provide a digital version for people to pay at three boat launches in the county.  The county board will meet at 9 am on Tuesday at the Door County Government Center in Sturgeon Bay.    

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