WEYAUWEGA – Don Morgan has announced that he will seek another term as the city’s mayor in next April’s election.
Morgan, who served 15 years on the common council and is currently in his second term as mayor, said he has three main goals.
Those goals are: development of a strategic plan for the city’s police department, completion of the city’s website and city/county inter-communication.
“RW Management was retained for an additional year to provide police chief services and instructed to write a strategic plan for the police department,” Morgan said. “They have also been asked to mentor the four officers. I was involved from the beginning on the reorganization and I would like to work toward the conclusion.”
He said the city has been working on a website for several years without much success and that his goal is to push for the completion of that Web-Site.
In regard to communication between the city and county, Morgan said that “since being elected to the county board, I have been able to bring back to our administrator timely information pertinent to city planning. In addition, I am able to communicate with county officials in regard to city Issues,”
In addition to Morgan, also up for re-election next spring are: Jim Zandrow in the first aldermanic district, Amy DeSantis in the second aldermanic district and Mike Kempf in the third aldermanic district.
Nomination papers can begin to be circulated on Dec. 1 and must be filed by 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 4.