Mental health, law enforcement and infrastructure emphasized in county executive’s proposed 2017 budget

Jim Kreuser /Contributed photo

Jim Kreuser /Contributed photo

Kenosha County Executive Jim Kreuser delivered his 2017 budget address Tuesday, saying his budget proposal emphasizes improvements to mental health services, law enforcement and infrastructure.

Kreuser also said he expects some increase to residents county tax burden; he described the increase as equal to one penny a day for the owner of a $100,000 property.

There were no Western Kenosha County specific initiatives announced.

Here is the full prepared text of Kreuser’s speech.

The County Board will now deliberate on and possibly make changes to the budget.


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