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Residents are invited to a listening session Wednesday at Sturtevant Village Hall with Racine County Executive Jonathan Delagrave.
The session will run from 4 to 6 p.m. at Village Hall, 2801 89th Street, and will include just about any topic citizens want to discuss.
Delagrave also plans to have Racine County Register of Deeds Tyson Fettes and Racine County Supervisor Kay Buske, who represents Sturtevant on the county board.
The county executive noted that Sturtevant has a lot of good news to share; the closure of one development district that’s lowering taxes across the board and adding jobs to the area, the creation of a new development district along the Highway 11 corridor, and the village’s support of the Rails to Trails program that converts defunct railroad lines into bike and walking trails.
Delagrave has been scheduling listening sessions throughout Racine County, including dates earlier this summer in Caledonia and Union Grove.