Mayoral candidates agree transportation is biggest issue

With Governor-elect Tony Evers one month away from taking office, mayoral candidates for the City of Sturgeon Bay see highways and roads as being the single biggest concern that needs to be addressed.  Councilmember David Ward says Evers might be able to get things done sooner than later.



Shawn Fairchild, who plans on turning in his nomination papers this week, says remembering the “little guy” is crucial as well.  



Ward also says restoring more local control in the municipalities and schools throughout the state would be good as well.    Fairchild added that more affordable housing and employee wages should be a priority for the incoming governor. 

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