The Kewaunee County Board Tuesday will vote on authorizing the sale of $4.5 million in bonds to help fund a trio of county projects.
County Administrator Ed Dorner says the bulk of that money -- about $3.2 million -- is for the upgrade of the communications system. He says about $900,000 is for finishing various aspects of the fairgrounds project. The rest is for the purchase of an evidence storage facility.
Dorner says supervisors approved the bond anticipation notes earlier this year and Tuesday's action, if approved, will authorize the sale of the general obligation refunding bonds to replace those notes.
Tuesday's meeting is at 6 p.m. in the County Board Room in the Administrative Building, 810 Lincoln Street, Kewaunee.
In other news, Dorner says the county could be going to electronic transmission of County Board agendas and information packets. He says they've talked with Door County officials about going paperless but are still in the early stages of determining if it's a viable option. The idea is scheduled to be discussed Tuesday by Kewaunee County's Finance & Public Property Committee.