You will notice some familiar topics of discussion that will be brought to Madison next month as a part of Door County/Kewaunee County Legislative Days on April 19th and 20th. After requesting people’s thoughts earlier this year, the Legislative Days Steering Committee compiled a list of five topics to put on their agenda when they meet with Wisconsin Assembly and Senate leaders along with state agency officials. This year’s agenda will focus on water quality, affordable housing, childcare, commercial fishing, and the repair of the historic Potawatomi State Park Observation Tower. Door County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Michelle Lawrie says the agenda topics were not surprises to her, but she appreciates the consensus and the collaboration taking place to make this a successful Door County/Kewaunee County Legislative Days experience.
Lawrie and Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Ben Nelson hope other residents and stakeholders can join them to help tell the region’s story to state leaders and officials when they go to Madison for the biennial trip. You can click on this link to learn more about Door County/Kewaunee County Legislative Days and how you can be a part of the delegation. Registration is encouraged by March 21st, but the final deadline is March 30th.