By Tim Kowols
Kewaunee County residents can weigh in on the programming they would like to see added or maintained ahead of the Human Services Department’s August public hearing. The department is gathering the input before they begin their annual planning and budgeting process. Transportation, hospitalization, community support systems, outpatient clinics, and services related to work and families are among the areas expected to be covered. Kewaunee County Human Services Director Bob Mattice says it is great to hear feedback on the services provided.
Pending the public hearing, Mattice expects most of their county services will be maintained for the upcoming budget year. Residents wishing to voice their opinion can either submit written comments until July 20 or attend the hearing on August 1 at the Kewaunee County Human Services Department building in Kewaunee beginning at 4 p.m.