Flooding info seminar coming up January 16

People interested in finding out more about the potential impact of high lake levels, coastal erosion,  and flooding within Door County are invited to a free seminar later this month.  The Door County 2020 Flooding Informational Seminar will be held at the Door County Community Center on January 16 and will include four speakers from national and state agencies.  Speaker and Door County Emergency Management Director Dan Kane says the evening will help people prepare for what could be even a worse year of flooding issues.



Representatives from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, DNR State National Flood Insurance Program, and a Coastal Engineering Outreach Specialist from the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute will also present during the two-hour seminar.  The Informational program will start at 6 pm on Thursday, January 16 with doors opening at 5 pm.  People are advised to show up early with limited seating available. The session will be recorded and shared online after the event for those unable to attend.


(photo courtesy of Door County Emergency Management)


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