Waupaca County Board Supervisors got a glimpse of the 2018 budget, and beyond, this morning, with a projected hiway facility built into the numbers. A 26 million dollar hiway facility project is being proposed to be built in the Town of Lind, to replace the 80-plus year old facility in the city of Waupaca. Finance director Heidi Dombrowski says with the 5-year capital improvement plan in mind, if the proposal gets the go-ahead, she would recommend the county board issue a 9.9 million dollar general obligation note in December, and then do a second, 20-year general obligation bond next summer. That would carry the county through the next 5-year plan of hiway projects, a fiber optic line to Manawa, a sheriff’s department tower project, and the new hiway facility. She estimated the property tax impact of the project would be 7 dollars a year on a 100-thousand dollar home. The county board has not yet given the hiway facility project the final go-ahead. That could come next month.