Board, committees aim to get building right

Kewaunee County officials continue to discuss the little details when it comes to a future public safety building. The last two meetings of the Jail Needs Assessment Study Committee have focused on what was learned during their tours of other county facilities last fall and the types of programming and the staffing that will be needed when the building opens. Kewaunee County Board Chairperson Robert Weidner says there are a lot of things to consider when it comes to the future public safety building.

Weidner says the committee is not yet at a point where it can make big decisions or give presentations about a future jail to the Kewaunee County Board.

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