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Kewaunee County getting up to speed

Operations in Kewaunee County is getting closer to normal after COVID-19 concerns forced buildings to close and meetings to go online. Kewaunee County will begin opening its government buildings on June 8th to the general public with new guidelines in place to keep employees safe such as calling ahead and temperature checks. Committee meetings also have a different feel to them thanks to a commitment to social distancing and eight new members joining the Kewaunee County Board in April. Kewaunee County Board member Chuck Wagner has two new members on his Land and Water Conservation Committee and says they are getting them up to speed on topics like the Total Daily Maximum Load Study and the Forestville Millpond.

While Wagner’s Land and Water Conservation Committee meeting is taking place on Tuesday, other committees are gathering over the next week ahead of the full Kewaunee County Board session on June 16th at the fairgrounds.

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