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Issue Date: March 28, 2022

Dear Editor:

Voters of the Marinette School District, On April 5, I ask for your vote as I seek re-election to the Marinette Board of Education.

My work on the School Board is focused on serving all students while considering the taxpayer. I come from a family that values hard work. I was an average student: Never the smartest kid or a great athlete. After many years of hard work, I have three higher education degrees. I believe in giving back: Education changed my life for the better.

I have been a Marinette School Board member since 2013, and Treasurer since 2016. My major accomplishments include school safety, facilities, and technology. I worked with the City to get 15 mph school signs installed at the Middle and High Schools. As a member of the School Rightsizing Committee, we took a proactive approach to address our facilities needs during declining revenue and enrollment. In the years prior to the Covid pandemic, I supported adding technology for all students. That decision served us well as we navigated the pandemic, and more importantly, as we serve students today in the digital age.

During all these efforts, I asked many questions to make sure there is transparency and accountably for the decision to be voted on. I will speak up or vote no when it is not the best interests of the students or the school district.

My work as a financial director for a private local company serves me well as a school board member.

Financial decisions are some of the most important decisions we make to assure we are serving our students and our community's taxpayers.

My work and volunteer activities help me stay connected to community priorities. As an active community volunteer, I dedicate time to local theater groups to build sets and serve in leadership roles. I helped with the first Ice Fishing Derby in 2021.1 have two children in the Marinette School District and my wife is a teacher.

Not every student is the same, nor does every student need the same opportunities. All students deserve the chance to grow into successful contributing members of society. I believe school boards are critical to that outcome. A highly qualified school board, working together with a strong staff and the community can continue the tradition of serving all students. I ask for your vote on April 5.

Thank you.

Chuck Rowell



Editor:

Elect Ken Keller for Alderperson and County Board Supervisor.

Please continue to support and vote for Ken Keller for Marinette City Council alderperson and County Board supervisor.

Ken is in the unique and valuable position of holding two separate seats in local government. He currently represents the City of Marinette as an Alderperson for Ward 1 and County Board Supervisor representing District 23. The City of Marinette Ward 1 and County Board District 23 are essentially the same group of voters.

Ken's experience, dedication and sound judgement have benefited the residents of his ward/district as well as the City of Marinette in many ways. I have worked with Ken and have seen firsthand the knowledge, experience, passion and dedication he brings to his position which generate real cost savings for local government and improvements to the lives of those he represents.

Ken's knowledge of City and County government enables him to see solutions others will not.  His experience helps to understand how to get those solutions considered through his network of relationships with decision makers in City and County government. The respect that his peers on the City Council and the County Board have for him translate into getting those ideas and solution enacted by vote.

Ken's leadership as Chairman of the County Public Service committee influenced the County to fully fund the purchase of the "Bearcat" tactical vehicle, saving the City of Marinette taxpayers approximately $100,000. Since the "Bearcat" can be used anywhere in the region, it was unfair for the residents of the City to pay an additional share of the purchase cost than other County taxpayers.

Another example of Ken working for the residents of his ward/district was the recent chip sealing of streets in Menekaunee. His knowledge of the issues with streets in Menekaunee (a City issue) and his experience and knowledge of County Highway operations was able to bring together a cost-effective solution to improving the streets in Menekaunee. The project was stalled in the City because of its relative high cost and priority within the City budget. Ken developed an alternative solution that costed approximately $60,000 which was approved by the City Council. It takes the support of your fellow Common Council members and City Administration to get things done. Ken's experience, dedication and knowledge were key to getting it done.

Don't change what is working for the City of Marinette.

Vote for experienced, passionate and dedicated leadership. Vote Ken Keller for Marinette City Council Ward 1 and Marinette County Board Supervisor District 23.

Rick Polzin

Marinette



Dear Editor:

April 5th is the date of an extremely important election in the City of Marinette and I am encouraging ALL residents to VOTE!  This is an opportunity to re-elect our current alderperson at-large and City Council President Dorothy Kowalski.

As a current alderperson representing Ward 6, I spend time with Dorothy Kowalski on several committees, as well as the City Council.  I look to Dorothy for proper procedure, advice, knowledge and solutions pertaining to current situations.  Dorothy prioritizes honesty and integrity.  She takes the time to be well informed and prepared.  Dorothy is committed to and passionate about the City of Marinette, its residents, and moving Marinette forward to be the best it can be.

As a lifelong resident of Marinette and a business owner, how Marinette is represented is very important to me.  Dorothy always works in a positive manner with other members of the council.  Respect, maturity, knowledgeable, professional are all words that describe this city representative.  Along with being a local educator for 38 years, Dorothy's list of credentials also includes being Chairperson for the Parks & Recreation Committee and the Finance & Insurance Committee.   Dorothy coaches, volunteers, and has been a member of several local educational and sports boards.

I am looking forward to seeing the fruition of several plans that are currently moving forward and will benefit the City of Marinette and its residents.  Dorothy is a proven strong supporter of the City of Marinette and is committed to seeing unity, advancement, prosperity and growth for the residential sector as well as the business community.  As grandparents, Dorothy & I are both advocates for the area youth.  Family recreation and local youth sports are priority.  We love Marinette.

Please vote for the proven representative that strives for what is best for our city"..Marinette, Wisconsin.  Vote April 5th!

Thank you,

Debbie Klegin

Alderperson

Ward 6, Marinette



Editor:

I, Morgan Messenger, a lifelong resident in the Village of Pound, am seeking a position on the Village of Pound Board. I attended Coleman School District, throughout high school held many leadership positions and completed a lot of community service. I was a part of the FFA and National Honor Society.

While growing up I worked at Katie's Sub Shop in Pound. I currently work at Countryside Vet Clinic, while attending college. I am a member of the Coleman FFA Alumni.

Recently interested in politics, I believe that there are things that need to change within the Village of Pound and am willing to get out there and do my best to change what needs to be changed and speak for the voices of the people. 

Morgan Messenger.

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Editor:

My name is Eric Craver and I am a candidate for School Board on the April 5 ballot. I have served YOUR School Board faithfully for seven years and I hope you will reelect me to my seat.

I have lived in Marinette for 25 years. My daughter completed her education in the Marinette Public School System. She is now a thriving young adult and I attribute her success largely to the education she received in the Marinette School District.

Since finishing college, my life has been about two things: education and helping to support students. In addition to working in higher education for 30 years, I have served on several committees, raising awareness on important issues throughout Northeast Wisconsin. It is critical to have at least one member of the Board with experience working in education beyond high school. I am the only person on the Board or on the ballot with this experience.

My range of experience and education helps me to see the bigger picture from various viewpoints. My efforts on the Board have NEVER been about politics or any ideology or social position. My work is ONLY about the health, welfare, and education of our students, parents, and families.

If you want someone on your Board with experience and a demonstrated record of focusing on STUDENTS and not on POLITICS, then I hope you'll consider voting for me. I promise to cast thoughtful votes, based on facts and information, not on politics and rumors, and will make decisions with the best interests of students, families, taxpayers, and our community's future in mind.

Thank you for carefully considering your choices for School Board. There are three vacancies on the Board of Education. I would greatly appreciate one of your votes.

Eric Craver



Editor:

In support of Ms. Cathi Malke, Mayoral Re-election

Tri-Tec Manufacturing, LLC has worked with the mayors office for over two years in preparation for our building development in the Peshtigo Industrial Park Mayor Malke has been very instrumental in making sure I receive all the assistance I need to facilitate our company expansion. The subsequent wetlands issues that have arisen with the property have been managed by the mayor's actions on both our behalf and keeping the city environmentally safe. Providing the solutions to keep our project on track, Mayor Malke is ensuring that Tri-Tec will ultimately become an asset to the Peshtigo community.

Tri-Tec applied for a UDAG (Urban Development Action Grant) that will be utilized by local companies for the loading and compacting of the soil at the development site. The Mayor worked to the benefit of the community in getting Tri-Tec approved for the grant. Once the ground is ready from the winter frost the soil contractor will start the soil loading and compacting process.

Mayor Malke put out a request for donations in support of the 150th anniversary of the Peshtigo Fire which Tri-Tec gladly supported and then subsequently Tri-Tec was able to fund, at the Mayors suggestion with a contribution of $2,400, automobile medical kits for the volunteer emergency responders.

Mayor Malke has my endorsement for reelection...she works tirelessly for the city of Peshtigo.

Mark A. Haller

President



Dear Editor:

Since we purchased the Peshtigo Laundromat, Cathi Malke has been extremely helpful and kind towards us. She helped us get the Mainstreet Bounceback Grant and is working towards looking at other grants or funding for us as well. It has been wonderful working with her and we look forward to dealing with her in the future.

Edward and Noelle Sakowicz



Dear Editor,

I'm writing this letter in support of Ken Keller for alderman in Ward One Marinette.

My company was involved in the upgrades and remodeling the Menekaunee Harbor.

I know from this involvement Ken Keller spent countless hours on the planning and financing of these improvements, including many hours of hands on labor and use of his own equipment. I believe in a large part ken Keller was responsible for the upgraded pavilion on the south side of the harbor, the extra wide concrete walks, the pedestrian bridge across the channel, the new and enlarged parking lot and working with the Menominee Nation to fine tune and create the statue of the Bear that now graces the mouth of the river, not to mention the other statues that serve to showcase rich history of the area.

The harbor is now the crown jewel of the city, enjoyed by thousands every year and for countless thousands into the future.

Thank you,

Chuck Lacourt

Marinette, Wis.



Editor:

Dear voters of the Marinette School District, I ask for your vote to the Marinette School District Board of Education. You are my neighbors, friends, colleagues, fellow citizens. You are the parents and grandparents of our students. To earn your vote, here is information about my record as an incumbent on the Marinette School Board.

My primary interest in the School Board is to serve the Marinette community. Schools prepare our students to become future mechanics, welders, accountants, nurses, police officers, etc. My record shows I am willing to work hard to positively impact their futures and consequently the future of our community.

My entire adult life has been in Marinette. My children attended school here and I was an active volunteer. I was first appointed to the Board in 2008. I was elected to my first full term in 2010. I am not affiliated with a political party. This allows me the flexibility to make decisions I believe are right for our community.

I am proud of the work the School Board has done during my service. We have selected highly capable leaders with the experience and education necessary to lead schools into the future. Our administration oversees the daily operations, and they seek our input and approval of curriculum, policy and financial decisions.

To fulfill my duties, I ask questions, seek information, come prepared to regular and committee meetings, and work toward what's best for our students and our community.

In recent years, the School Board has made major impacts including hiring human resource and IT positions. These are important positions as we strive to attract and retain high quality teachers and staff, and to facilitate learning in a changing digital world. Also, we prioritized community involvement in the Rightsizing effort and considered the voice of the community in our decision-making. This is a cost-effective approach to continuing an excellent education into the future.

I spent 39 years with the City of Marinette in the Recreation Department implementing programs for all ages. Now retired, I find great fulfillment serving as the Youth and Family Aquatics and Y-Kids Camp Director and Volunteer Coordinator at the Greater Marinette Menominee YMCA. I am an active member of New Life Church and embrace the philosophy that church is not a building, but a way of life.

Thank you considering my background. I hope I can count on your vote on April 5.

Terri Florek



Letter to the Editor:

We are writing in support of Mayor Cathi Malke's re-election. We believe she is a great asset to the City of Peshtigo.

In 2021, we purchased the old Colonial Cafe building. Shortly thereafter, Cathi contacted us to say hi and welcome us to the City of Peshtigo. We thought that was extremely nice. A couple weeks later, Cathi stopped by again to make sure that we knew about the Facade Grant Program through the City of Peshtigo and the Main Street Bounce Back Grant for help with restoring the building. In the process of applying for these grants, we came across another grant through the State of Wisconsin which would help us with partial funding to completely restore the building. We will be adding two commercial offices, another apartment, and laundry facilities for the tenants.

Through the application process, Cathi has been there for us anytime we have had questions or issues. She has been so supportive and encouraging. We were recently notified that the grant has been approved and construction will start as soon as the weather warms up.

Cathi went above and beyond every step of the way and continues to support us. We are so proud to be a part of this great community and can't wait to help beautify the downtown City of Peshtigo.

Sincerely,

Nate and Kelly Gamlin

Owners of Bigwoods Realty, Inc



Dear Editor:

What can I say about my good friend Chris Rohde?  I can think of many words to characterize him, but one comes to mind, and that is dependable. Chris is a person of great character who thinks of others first. On many occasions, I have reached out for help on my home projects, and with no hesitation, he's at my door with tools in hand. Chris and I serve the great City of Peshtigo as Firemen. Chris is the Assistant Fire Chief. Asst Chief Rohde is a true leader!  One way to tell if a true leader is present, is when pressure is added, and then add heat, and smoke!  I know, I have been with him in these situations, and every time, I look to him for guidance and with calmness and clarity he gives it. I trust him with my life!  Chris is married to an amazing wife Amanda who is so supportive for the long hours he gives to the dept. I could go on and on about Chris. He's a great friend, Brother, and Mentor. I believe with his leadership, insight, and out of the box thinking, he would make a great councilman for the city.  Please vote Chris Rohde for City Councilmean, District 1.

Michael Maus

Peshtigo



Dear Editor:

I'd like to thank everyone in Marinette County Supervisory District 20, my fellow County Board colleagues (past & present), County Administration, Department Heads and Staff for all the support given to me for the past 20 years on Marinette County Board of Supervisors. It has been an honor and a privilege being of service and representing the good folks of District 20 and the City of Peshtigo.

I'd also like to say something in response to the chatter I've been hearing coming from some misinformed people in the City of Peshtigo. Some would have you believe that all the decisions made for the city are made by the mayor, ie: the Mayor is the reason that BPM severed their ties with the city, built their own Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) and the decision to raise the city's water & sewer rates. BPM would have you believe otherwise but the facts are that it was BPM and their unwillingness to pay their fair share of the cost affiliated with waste water usage and their refusal to provide the analytical data or information to substantiate their claim. BPM would have been perfectly content on having everyone else in the city pay for their $30,000 a month rate cut! They basically demanded that either the city lowers their rate and raise everyone else's or they would build their own WWTP. Under advisement from the Water & Sewer committee, the Common Council voted not to reduce their rate by $30,000 a month and then later a long overdue rate increase. Mayor Malke had no vote in this decision and is not responsible for those actions. In fact the only time in which the Mayor can cast vote on any council decision is to break a tie vote. In rare occasions, the mayor has the executive power to veto a councils decision.

In the summer of 2020 as a direct result of Covid-19 epidemic, Mayor Malke was hospitalized and unable to perform the duties required and needed of the mayor. Since I was president of the Common Council, I was statutorily obligated to fulfill and perform the duties of mayor until such time the mayor elect could resume duties. At first I thought it was just going to take a couple hour here and there a few days a week to get done what was needed of me. On the contrary, with all the financial opportunities that Mayor Malke was pursuing, I found myself putting in 7-10 hour days, 4-5 days a week with a few hours on the weekend! I had to fast track myself to get acclimated to new duties and responsibilities. At times it was very overwhelming moving forward with the construction of the Fish Viewing Platform, a vacant Park and Recreation Director, pending grant follow-ups, new grant filings, Covid related safety issues, state inspections and ready the city for a first ever election during a pandemic. After 5 months had gone by and Mayor Malke has recovered from her illness, I happily gave her back the keys for the office of Mayor. It's truly an experience I'll never forget.

Taking on the role as mayor is a choice one really needs to take seriously. A mayor needs to be dedicated, committed and willing to serve responsibly while moving our city forward. You already have all this in your current mayor. RE-ELECT CATHI MALKE - Mayor of the City of Peshtigo.

Thank you,

Michael Behnke

City of Peshtigo Resident



Dear Editor:



I'm looking forward to April 5, 2022, as we have the opportunity to vote for a new Alderperson, Tom Karban. Over the past 32 years, I have known Tom in multiple settings and feel confident in my appraisal of his character. From working together at Kimberly Clark, as educators, and as neighbors, Tom continually impressed me with his integrity, work ethic, and willingness to help others.Tom is a humble, hard-working team player who genuinely cares about the greater good

of the community.

Tom brings a lot to the table. I'm excited about his fresh approach to important issues in our community as he is committed to listening to what the people want. I was most impressed with his reason for running for Alderperson. It wasn't for a pet project, notoriety, or dissatisfaction with the current incumbent. He simply wants "to serve others." I believe his running is an outward expression of his heart, and he will serve us well.

Tom has left an impression on his coworkers, neighbors, and me. I'm confident he will leave a lasting, positive impression on the community of Marinette as well. Please vote for Tom Karban in the upcoming election.



Dan Vanidestine

Marinette


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