By Tim Kowols
Kewaunee residents were given another opportunity to weigh in on plans to make its lakefront and downtown more of a destination earlier this week. Hundreds of students, residents, and visitors first gave their opinions via a survey before the UW-Extension and Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation held a public charrettes presentation in January. The public meeting Monday was an opportunity to see the plans again, with a focus on connecting the marinas and the waterfront with the rest of the city. Kewaunee Mayor Sandi Christman says feedback has been positive so far because the waterfront steering committee was able to take all the feedback they have received and put into the plan.
Christman says the city would like to get help from a planner to help streamline which projects get done first and finding the necessary funds. You can learn more about the plans and find a link to submit your own feedback online with this story.