Input Needed for Door/Kewaunee Legislative Days Agenda

The eighth biennial Door/Kewaunee Legislative Days in Madison is confirmed for Wednesday and Thursday, April 5-6, 2017. The purpose of Legislative Days is to educate state officials about Door and Kewaunee Counties, and to lobby for state action to help address local issues and concerns. This year’s events are building directly on the success of prior Legislative Days events, which brought the specific concerns of the community directly to elected representatives and influential government appointees. A volunteer committee is working to develop the 2017 legislative and state agency agenda topics and issues that will be presented in Madison. To provide input for the 2017 agenda, visit   or contact Legislative Days Agenda Committee Chair, Rob Burke at 920.746.2260. Critical to the success of this event is the active participation of at least 100 Door and Kewaunee County citizen representatives, so that at least one local delegate will visit with every legislator. Sponsors are needed to help offset some of the event costs so the individual delegate costs can be kept to a minimum. Please consider signing on as a sponsor for this important event. Door/Kewaunee Legislative Days is planned and executed by a volunteer Steering Committee. If you are interested in volunteering to help with the planning of Legislative Days 2017, contact Jennifer Brown (920.487.5233 or [email protected]) or Caleb Frostman (920.743.3113 x203 or [email protected] ). Additional information about the Door/Kewaunee County Legislative Days event can be found at and


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