County supervisor opens eyes about water quality

Members of the community were able to voice their concerns and opinions about water quality at a public hearing held by the Northeast Wisconsin Water Quality Task Force in Green Bay Wednesday.  At the meeting officials from Brown and Kewaunee counties were offered the opportunity to speak about water quality issues in their respective counties. County Board Supervisor Lee Luft and Kewaunee County Land and Water Conservation Director Davina Bonness were the two officials who represented Kewaunee County during this time. Afterwards, members of the community were allowed the floor and District 3 Kewaunee County Board Supervisor Chuck Wagner took this opportunity to voice his own personal problems with water quality which he says opened up eyes.


Wagner adds that he would like to see more money added to the county’s land and conservation department to help combat the water quality problem.

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