Kreuser to hold listening sessions in Twin Lakes and Bristol

County Executive Jim Kreuser

Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser will conduct “after office hours” sessions in Twin Lakes and Bristol.

Kreuser will be available to meet county residents:

  • Tuesday, Sept. 6, Twin Lakes Village Hall, 108 East Main St., from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Monday, Sept. 12, at the Bristol Municipal Building, 19801 83rd St., from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.

No appointments are necessary and all county residents are invited to meet with Kreuser to discuss any county-related topic during the “after office hours.”

Kreuser said the “after office hours” sessions are an effort to make county government accessible to all county residents by being available after the typical work day.

“I’m interested in hearing what the people of Kenosha County have to say and to talk about the issues that are important to them,” Kreuser said.

For more information, contact the County Executive’s office at 262-653-2600.


One Comment

  1. Steve says:

    Will Mr. Kreuser be willing to answer questions like:
    Why is he anti-union? Ask any Kenosha County employee about it.
    Why is he taking the money that the County received as a reimbursement for the February snowstorm, and putting it in the golf courses? They lose money each and every year.
    Why is he authorizing paving of bicycle paths instead of roads?
    Why are he and his assistant the highest paid County people, while everyone else is taking a hit?
    Why did he authorize the purchase of a new vehicle that was $10,000.00 over the approved purchase price?
    What’s he going to do next year when the Sheriff’s Department contract comes up? Is he going to mess with them too?
    By eliminating the County Executive position, which the County has NOT always had, the County could save approximately $200,000.00 annually in wages and benefits for the County Exec and his assistant. I think THAT option should be given to the voters of this County.

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