By Tim Kowols
The Door County Board of Supervisors has awarded the sale of close to $10 million in general obligation bonds being used to fund the renovation of the county’s old highway shop. With help from municipal financial advisory company Ehlers and Associates, the county was able to save taxpayers approximately $400,000 in the sale. Administrator Ken Pabich says the county’s good financial standing was key.
Work on the old highway shop to turn it into a central ambulance station and senior center began earlier this month. It is expected to be completed early next year.