“I ran to strengthen our community and bring fiscal responsibility to government. And that’s exactly what we’ve done.” - Troy Streckenbach
Troy Streckenbach is a life-long resident of Brown County and grew up in the Greater Green Bay area. Troy has owned and operated six businesses in Brown County for the past 20 years. He brings a fresh approach to Brown County government and his businessman background gives him strong management skills and fiscal discipline to effectively govern Brown County.
“As a lifelong resident of Brown County, I learned the value of faith, family, and fiscal responsibility at an early age. My mother, Donna, worked extremely hard as a single woman raising four younger children while running a small business in Green Bay. I’m proud to say that I have followed in her foot steps and have owned and operated six businesses in Brown County for the past 20 years.” - Troy Streckenbach
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By eliminating waste and streamlining government, Troy has held the line on taxes while slashing our debt to the lowest level in decades.
Troy cut $9 million in total County expenses and actually reduced the County foot print by utilizing unused space and consolidating departments.
Troy secured $15 million in public/private funds to build the region’s only STEM building that will create a future pipeline of family-supporting engineering jobs that our industries desperately need to remain in Northeastern Wisconsin.
Troy cut $53 million in debt since 2011 by using the simple principle of paying off more than you borrow. This simple family-friendly approach has helped maintain the County’s AAA bond rating which only a handful of governments achieved in Wisconsin.
The County is investing over $147 million in critical infrastructure and needed facility improvements to meet the requirements of the community and to help grow our local economy to attract family-supporting jobs.
Troy partnered with local DAV to help fund transportation vans to get Veterans to needed appointments. Troy also helped to build a Veterans housing complex to help homeless and low-to moderate-income Veterans