By Tim Kowols
Three sessions are planned for next week to recruit delegates for Door/Kewaunee Legislative Days and discuss their role in helping form policy for the area. The sessions will cover what the biennial program has been able to accomplish and what to expect when they find themselves in Madison talking with legislators and other state agencies April 5-6. Door County Economic Development Corporation Executive Director Caleb Frostman says even though he has never attended because of being new to the area, he is already impressed with the impact residents have made in the past.
Door County residents can attend one of two sessions on February 28 beginning at 1 p.m. at the Nasewaupee Town Hall and 4 p.m. at Liberty Grove Town Hall. Kewaunee County residents can learn more about the event at the Algoma Public Library beginning at 4 p.m.