City of Algoma in good shape for 2019

The City of Algoma is sitting in a good financial position as the New Year approaches.  City Administrator Jeff Wiswell says they finished in the black for 2018.  He shares a review of how the year wrapped up.



Wiswell adds that the Algoma Long Term Care Center has stabilized after some issues created by the state and federal government because of Medicare and Medicaid rates.  City property taxes actually decreased in the last year, according to Wiswell.

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