Algoma's Charles, Kewaunee's Griffith to step away from city councils

There will be at least one new face on the Algoma City Council and Kewaunee City Council this spring.


In Algoma, District 1 alderperson Bruce Charles turned in his papers of non-candidacy. Running for his seat will be John Pabich, who recently took out nomination papers to be circulated. Incumbents Mitch Groessl and Lee Dachelet have taken out nomination papers for their respective districts while no one has taken the forms out to run in District 2, currently held by Jacque Wiese.


John Griffith declared his non-candidacy for his District 3 aldermanic seat in Kewaunee. In his place could be Joe Mills, who ran for Kewaunee mayor earlier this year. Incumbent alderpersons Art Schiller, Jeff Dworak, and Dave Kuehl have all taken out nomination papers for their respective districts.


Prospective candidates have until January 2nd to turn in the proper paperwork to run for office. Possible primaries would take place in February before the spring election in April.

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