City adjusts to changing times

Adjusting municipal services due to a virus outbreak was never covered in coursework or training conferences for Sturgeon Bay City Administrator Josh VanLieshout. As the world has evolved over the last few weeks, the city has adjusted how it does business. Holding council meetings remotely, changing public safety protocols, and getting paperwork filled out onlineare just some of the changes. While there have been many tweaks to how the city works, VanLieshout credits those working inside city hall for keeping things running as smoothly as possible.

VanLieshout credits the county’s emergency plan for providing a guide for unexpected circumstances. You can find a full list of these modifications, including a polling place change for voters in Wards 4 and 5 by clicking this link.

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