Deputy Executive Jeff Flynt
County Executive Advocates for Southern Bypass among Other Local Issues
Brown County – On Tuesday, May 22nd, Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach will embark on a mission to Washington D.C. in order to advocate on behalf of Brown County to Wisconsin’s Congressional delegation and the White House.
“I’m honored to have this opportunity to talk with Wisconsin’s delegation and the White House to inform them of the issues important to Brown County and Northeast Wisconsin,” says Streckenbach, who serves as President of the Wisconsin County Executives and Administrators Association. “It’s important that they understand how they can help ensure our strong financial health and commitment to Northeast Wisconsin.”
Executive Streckenbach will spend his time in the nation’s capital meeting with Wisconsin’s Legislative leaders and the White House to discuss topics such as federal funding for local and regional infrastructure like the Southern Bypass, Port of Green Bay, and Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport, along with Mental Health services like trauma informed care and community treatment options for dealing with the scourge impacting our local communities like the opioid crisis.
The County Executive was invited by the White House to talk about County-related issues facing the State of Wisconsin.