As with most townships, the job creation along with tourism will help with the Town of Wilson tax base. We heartily approve of the proposed golf course.
Jane and John Halverson- Black River residents
The recent Economic Impact Report is not misleading. In fact, the Sheboygan County Economic Development Corp. reported in the Sheboygan Press that, if anything, the report was a bit low in stating the positive financial impact on the Town of Wilson, Sheboygan County and surrounding counties.
Phil Mersberger- Town of Wilson resident
Impressive Economic Impact Projected for proposed Golf Course. A new independent study released February 25, 2015, shows the proposed Kohler Co. golf course in the Town of Wilson would have a significant positive economic impact on Sheboygan County, boosting the local construction industry, creating hundreds of permanent jobs, growing revenues, and expanding the local tax base.Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation
I know from past history that every Kohler project that has been done has been done in a first-class manner and has been an economic benefit to our community. If those projects did not exist, there would be a large hole in our community. As a resident, I think that its amazing what the Kohler Co. has done for the community.
David Aldag- Chairman and President of Sheboygan County Economic Development Corporation and Aldag Honold Mechanical, Inc. (respectively)
Kohler Co.'s plans for another new golf course on the shores of Lake Michigan would be a boon to Wisconsin's tourism industry and provide some jobs. And the company's goal of making the proposed course one of the top 50 in the world would enhance the state's reputation as a golf mecca. To us, that all adds up to a win.
Editorial Board Opinion- Milwaukee Journal Sentinel