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Leaders working to map Brown County's future

6:58 AM, Jun. 13, 2013
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A 99 percent high school graduation rate. Less segregation within communities. Green technology companies dotting the landscape.

Those are some of the scenarios that supervisors are imagining for Brown County 20 years into the future as lawmakers begin developing a road map for the coming years. Those discussions will involve taxpayers later this year, as part of an effort to identify the elements of what will become the county's strategic plan for the coming five years and beyond.

About half the 26-member board took part in a two-hour session Wednesday to frame Brown County's priorities ...

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