Local school boards, referendum questions, and positions in municipal governments will all be on the docket for Tuesday’s spring election. Three Door County schools will have races to fill seats on their respective boards. Sturgeon Bay has four candidates to fill three seats, Southern Door has three people running for two open seats, and the Gibraltar school board will have six names on the ballot to fill three positions. Washington Island will have a referendum item to allow for exceeding the revenue limit for the next two years for non-recurring purposes of paying operational expenses.
On the referendums in municipalities, Gardner will be asking residents if the town should pursue establishing zoning regulations. The Village of Ephraim will have a referendum on paying for infrastructure expenses by seeking a one-half percent sales tax on tourism-related items offered by retailers. The Village of Egg Harbor will be asking voters to decide on a referendum that would allow exceeding the increase-tax limit for 2022, with the purpose of providing operating funds for the Donald and Carol Kress Pavilion and Egg Harbor Library.
In Kewaunee County, the Town of Ahnapee will decide between Gerald Paape and Daniel Haas for the #2 supervisor position. At the same time, the City of Kewaunee will have three contested races for their common council. The Village of Luxemburg residents will be voting between Jack Seidl and Larry Hurley for president, and three trustee positions among five candidates. The Town Chair for Luxemburg will come down to Linda Jonet and James Reckelberg.
The Town of Red River has two races for two supervisor positions and a contested town clerk race. The race for the town chair position in West Kewaunee will be decided between Dan Kassner and Milt Swagel.
The polls open at 7 am Tuesday and will remain open until 8 pm.