By Cynthia Germain
City of Algoma residents have an opportunity to return Eugene Cleveland to the 3rd District seat in April. He came to the position in the current term as an appointment due to the previous alderman moving out of the area. Cleveland is enthusiastic about the city, its residents and its schools.
Cleveland has lived in Algoma for 20 years and has two small children with one on the way. He is pleased with the many improvements in the community recently, including the Little Algoma program and the new community health center at the local high school. Cleveland believes that Algoma is a great place to live and expresses his desire to make the community the best it can be. Nomination papers can be picked up at the Algoma city hall and circulated starting December 1st. Candidates must return nomination papers to the city before the end of business on January 2nd.