By Tim Kowols
The city of Kewaunee is turning to the public for help on the future of its waterfront. A Waterfront Steering Committee has been formed to oversee the future improvements to the site, which has gone through an over $4 million overhaul thanks in part to a grant from the State of Wisconsin. Kewaunee Mayor Sandi Christman says the focus of its efforts, which include a survey and public meeting, is to improve an outdated plan and to make the waterfront great for everyone.
Kewaunee residents and guests can fill out an online survey before January 7 to help develop a plan for the waterfront and surrounding downtown district. On January 12 beginning at 7 p.m. at Kewaunee High School, specialists from the UW Extension will lead a community presentation on design ideas based on what is learned from the survey.