By Marissa Hatlen
The City of Algoma has garnered national attention recently, with the Chicago Tribune calling it a great destination for travelers and Expedia naming it as Wisconsin’s entry for their Most Beautiful Towns in All 50 States ranking. The city also topped Alarm System Reviews’ list of the Safest Places to Live in Wisconsin, and it received an A2 rating from Moody’s Investors Service, signaling that the value of buildings, workforce earning power, and city finance are attractive for investors. City Administrator Jeff Wiswell says this spells a bright future for Algoma.
But Algoma isn’t stopping there. City officials are looking ahead at improving its water delivery systems, upgrading its sanitation facility, and moving forward on its five-year street improvement plan.