By Paul Schmitt
Monday night will be the last chance for the public to weigh in on what the city of Algoma should focus on in the next ten years. The last of public workshops on the city’s comprehensive plan will be held at the Algoma Highs School. The information received by the city through citizen advisory meetings, surveys and workshops will go to community development committee and the city council for implementation. City Administrator Jeff Wiswelll explains what the city plans to focus on in the comprehensive study.
The state required comprehensive plan must be done every ten years by municipalities, according to Wiswell. The comprehensive plan public workshop will be held at the Algoma High School at 6 p.m. Monday in the cafeteria.