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Door County Board approves Phase II museum project, rezoning for Daycare facility

The Door County Board of Supervisors handled business quickly on Tuesday as a resolution to proceed on Phase II of the Door County Archives, and Historical Museum Facility was approved. Door County Administrator Ken Pabich says the next step in the process is to take down the existing building and then plan for the expansion and layout of the space based on architectural design and recommendations.



The Door County Board also approved rezoning in the Town of Sevastopol that will pave the way for the new Door County Community Child Development Center planned for over 25 acres off Gordon Road near the Old Highway Road intersection, pending approval of a conditional-use permit. Pabich notes that the Board of Supervisors was comfortable okaying the rezoning while still working with the Wisconsin DOT to address the vehicle access at the Gordon Road/Highway 42-57 intersection.



The Door County Finance Committee will work to put together the 2023 budget in early October before public comments and input are accepted. The plan is to officially approve next year’s budget at the Board of Supervisors meeting on November 15, according to Pabich.



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