Sturgeon Bay Police Chief retiring

After just celebrating his 40th anniversary as a law enforcement officer in Sturgeon Bay, Police Chief Arleigh Porter announced his plan to retire at the Sturgeon Bay Common Council meeting Tuesday evening.  Porter spoke during public comments and expressed his appreciation to the city he has served over many years.



Porter will officially retire on October 2nd.  He became the Sturgeon Bay police chief in 2010, taking over from Dan Trelka.  You can listen to Police Chief Arleigh Porter's entire comments addressing the Sturgeon Bay Common Council below. 




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