Frostman Stepping Down From DCEDC to Focus on Campaign

Caleb Frostman says he is stepping down as Executive Director of the Door County Economic Development Corporation to concentrate his efforts on becoming elected a 1st District State Senator. Frostman says he will leave the Economic Development Corporation as of April 27th. The organization’s board of directors accepted Frostman’s resignation at a special meeting Wednesday. He has held the job for a year and a half, taking over in November of 2016. In a news release, Frostman noted that campaigning would be a close to full time endeavor and the Door County Economic Development Corporation needed a full-time director to guide the ship. The public/private organization has only had two directors since it was created in 1989.

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