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Sturgeon Bay poll workers rewarded

The city of Sturgeon Bay recognized the dedication of its poll workers Tuesday with a raise. The Sturgeon Bay Common Council voted unanimously to raise the wage for the poll workers for the April 7th election from $9 to $15. Polling locations faced worker shortages and other unique circumstances for the spring election due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. Mayor David Ward saluted City Clerk Stephanie Reinhardt, her staff, and the poll workers for the extra effort that had to be put in to make the day successful.

Council members also took time to thank poll workers, even recognizing the many that took their checks from Election Day and donated it to local food pantries. Tuesday’s meeting also served as the city’s organizational meeting by seating the newly elected council members, placing them into committees, and re-electing Dan Williams as the council’s president.

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