After five years as Racine County Executive, Bill McReynolds has discovered west of the I.
McReynolds announced today that he will begin holding "office hours" sessions -- the quotes are his -- in municipalities in the western part of the county.
Quote: "Some of the most dynamic growth in the county is happening west of I-94. It's important for all our people to know that county government is here to serve them and that it's easily accessible to them."
Mac said he will try to hold office hours in each municipality in the western part of the county at least once a year. No appointments will be necessary. "I always try to make myself available to county residents; this will make it a little easier for them," he said.
Mac's first session will be on Wednesday, May 7, from 1 to 3 p.m. at the Norway Town Hall, 6419 Heg Park Road, Wind Lake. Accompanying him will be several members of his staff as well as Racine County Register of Deeds Jim Ladwig.
Mac says he'll visit one municipality a month, usually during the first week of the month.