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New Peninsula State Park restroom facility part of state building commission approval

You will soon be able to go to the bathroom and shower comfortably at Peninsula State Park thanks to the approval of $125.7 million by the State Building Commission. Over 30 different projects across more than a dozen counties will benefit from the funding announced by Governor Tony Evers on Wednesday. That announcement includes the release of Building Trust Funds to begin the design of a flush toilet and shower facility renovation project for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources at the popular state park. The $125.7 million represents a fraction of what was requested by Governor Evers earlier this year in his 2023-2025 Capital Budget, which also included funds for projects for Peninsula State Park, Potawatomi State Park, and Peninsula Players Theatre. Those projects were not approved by the State Building Commission when they met in March, but they will remain a part of the conversation as talks surrounding the 2023-2025 biennial budget resume.

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