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Do you agree with Mayor Thad Birmingham's return to daytime meetings of the Sturgeon Bay city council?
Do you intend to participate in the May 7th Climate Change Coalition event at Stone Harbor Resort and Conference Center in Sturgeon Bay?
Would you consider going on a mission trip similar to what Sheperd of the Bay Lutheran Church in Ellison Bay recently sponsored?
Based on the politics you see in local government would you ever consider running for public office?
I will not be defined by a letter. As I sit here reflecting on this past week I am reminded that I am not perfect. In our lives we will all fall, probably more than we would like to admit. It is easier to assume why than to ask why. I believe that we should award that respect to one another,…
WRLU 104.1FM hosted an hour-long civil discussion between Bob Starr, the campaign chair to re-elect Sturgeon Bay Mayor Thad Birmingham, and Hans Christian a supporter of Laurel Brooks for Mayor on Tuesday afternoon. Topics included the controversial west side Lindgren Hotel development wh…
Should the City of Sturgeon Bay force the Selvick tug boats to move from their location between the bridges on the west side waterfront?
Should Sturgeon Bay Mayor Thad Birmingham tell people before the election why he appointed Thomas "Cap" Wulf to the Waterfront Redevelopment Authority and if he would do so again if re-elected?
This letter is part of a series of comments regarding a story about last week's city plan commission meeting that approved a west side apartment complex on property owned by Cap Wulf.
Hello Roger, I sent an email to the mayor on March 8, parts of which are repeated in the attached letter below, submitted here for your consideration to publish on your website. Political it is in large part. This is not a letter to the editor but it is self-explanatory and I suppose if you…
Former Sturgeon Bay city council member Cap Wulf owns property on which developers want to build apartments and retail shops. If Wulf is an investor in the project should he get city tax dollar support?
Should a past conviction for using a public position for personal gain be considered when giving concessions, including city tax dollar commitments, for a private development?
Do you think the $162,000 salary and $78,000 in benefits for David Anderson, executive director of the Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association, an increase of more than $70,000 from his predecessor, is justified?