WEST BEND - Administrators at the Ozaukee/Washington Land Trust are considering installing surveillance cameras in light of its building, 200 Wisconsin St., being tagged a couple weeks ago.
“We’ve been talking about it but we haven’t made any definitive decisions,” said OWLT executive director Shawn Graff.
The OWLT makes its home in the old train depot on the Eisenbahn State Trail.
Graff said a number of factors makes it prudent to go ahead with the cameras including the sculptures on the north end of the building, the adjacent parking lot and the addition of the Museum of Wisconsin Art.
Graff has not talked with the MWA’s Tom Lidke yet but said he’d like to work as a team so they aren’t duplicating efforts.
“This is going to take time; one of our committees will have to be consulted and it’ll have to fall within our budget,” he said.