A contingent from Door and Kewaunee Counties will be making the trek to the state capitol Wednesday as part of the biennial Door-Kewaunee Legislative Days. The two day event, April 3rd and 4th, is intended to educate state officials about Door and Kewaunee Counties and to lobby for state action to address local issues and concerns. This year’s events are building directly on the success of prior legislative days events which brought specific concerns of the community directly to elected representatives and influential government appointees. A volunteer committee has been working to develop the 2019 legislative and state agency agenda topics that will be presented in Madison. Critical to the success of the event is the active participation of dozens of Door and Kewaunee County citizen representatives, so that at least one local delegate will visit with each legislator. One of the issues expected to be brought up is a request for the implementation of a premier resort area tax in the City of Sturgeon Bay, providing revenue that would to help pay for upgrades to city streets.
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