County employees meet residents' needs from home

Door County government workers are still helping residents in need of assistance.  They're just doing it online in the comfort of their homes.  Many county employees are now answering residents' questions and looking up records working remotely.  That's to comply with Governor Evers' “Safer at Home” order.  County Administrator Ken Pabich says there's little risk of employees and their computers being overloaded at home.  He also says some county government offices are still being staffed though not accessible to the public.




Pabich says it's best for residents needing access to county services to call the Door County Government Center first and be directed to onsite staffers or employees working remotely. 

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