By Tim Kowols
Approximately 40 people got their chance Thursday to learn more and voice their opinion on the housing study being conducted by the Door County Economic Development Corporation. Consultant AECOM opened the evening with a presentation on what they have been able to take away from community interaction before the crowd dispersed into breakout group. Each group got a chance to discuss different questions regarding affordable, seasonal, and workforce options. Egg Harbor Village Administrator and DCEDC Housing Study workgroup member Ryan Heise says he was able to take away a lot from the public meeting.
Heise says the workgroup and AECOM will continue their study until they release their findings sometime in June.