Door County Economic Development Corporation to Hold Broadband Discussion

• On May 8, the Door County Economic Development Corporation will hold a series of Broadband Roundtables to promote infrastructure and service upgrades, as well as debut the new telecommunications layer on the Door County GIS map. The map allows users to find what service providers and data speeds are available at specific locations within the county. For information on times and locations, visit

• Discussion of installing a J-turn at the intersection of Highway 57 and County C in Brussels will come before the County Board at its April 16 meeting, scheduled for 9 am, and the Town of Brussels at its annual meeting the same evening, scheduled for 6:30 pm. The Door County Highway Committee recently endorsed the installation of J-turns at the intersection, which has seen a number of accidents since Highway 57 became a four-lane highway.

• Congressman Reid Ribble will be the keynote speaker at the Door County Economic Development Corporation’s annual investors meeting and luncheon, held at 12 pm on Tues., April 30 at Stone Harbor Resort in Sturgeon Bay. The meeting will also include the presentation of the Door County Industry of the Year and Entrepreneur of the Year awards. Tickets to the meeting cost $30 and are available at the DCEDC office.

• The Nuclear Regulatory Commission will conduct a meeting to discuss and accept public comments on the Kewaunee Power Station decommissioning activities report on Wednesday, April 24 at 7 pm at the Kewaunee City Council Chambers. For more information, contact Karl Feintuch at 301.415.3079 or [email protected].

• The Liberty Grove Town Board will interview three candidates to fill the board’s open seat on Wednesday, April 17 at 5 pm before the town board meeting.

Candidates for the position are Gary Farber, member of the Parks and Properties Committee; Michael Mercier, who ran for the position on April 2 and sits on the Plan commission; and Robert Tidball, who resigned from the board in November, 2012 after a majority of Liberty Grove voters supported President Barack Obama in the presidential election.

The board may vote after the interviews. No public input will be accepted at the meeting.