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Town of Gibraltar pushing for more reopening of economy

The Town Board of the Town of Gibraltar sent a letter to the Governor Evers' office last week with hopes that more will be done to reopen the state and the state's economy.  The letter was signed by all supervisors present at the meeting including the chair, Steve Sohns.  Asking for a balanced approach between science, health, and the economy, the letter emphasized the importance of tourism to Door County and the opening of businesses.  Sohns says the governor's recent actions of allowing nonessential businesses to reopen is a good start.

 

 

Sohns points out that companies and employees need to see hope, and the governor's newest order is a small step in that direction.  The Town of Gibraltar letter to Governor Evers closed by saying, "Responsibility needs to be given back to the people so they can start recovering from this ordeal and not lose hope they have left." You can find the complete letter in response to the Safer at Home order extension with the link below.

 

Town of Gibraltar letter to Governor Evers

 

  

 

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