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Door County prepared for tax shortfall

Door County officials are taking the necessary steps to be able to absorb a nearly $1 million hit to its tax revenues. The state’s Legislative Fiscal Bureau announced last week that tax revenues in May were $66 million below what was collected at the same time the previous year. The state’s Safer at Home order is to blame for the drop. Door County Administrator Ken Pabich projects the county’s own tax collections will be off by about $1 million. He says the county considers possible downturns in the economy when making the budget.

Pabich adds they are also holding off on some expenditures and taking a closer look at all of its operations to see if they have to dip into their reserves or make additional cuts. 

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