By Tim Kowols
Dealt with the blows of losing some of its funding and its executive director during the last year, the Kewaunee County Economic Development Corporation continues to look at building a brighter future. The KCEDC held four business community roundtables this summer to identify areas they needed to address. From there, Lynn Kroll from the KCEDC says they will work on developing a three-year budget and finding a new executive director.
The KCEDC did get good news earlier this week when Kewaunee County Administrator Scott Feldt announced the preliminary budget would include an increase in funding to the organization after cutting nearly half of it last year.