Janice Dart, Algoma Alderman 4th Ward
Algoma Alderman 4th Ward
Number of years you have resided in the city: 73 years
Education: High School Graduate, Manpower training in Milwaukee, NWTC Accounting course
Professional experience: Worked two years in Milwaukee, two years at Peterson Builders, 25 years for the Navy at SUPSHIP Sturgeon Bay retiring as the administrative officer, and retired once again after 10 years at Algoma City Hall.
Family: Son and daughters-in-law Terry and Mary, Todd and Stacey. Four grandchildren in high school and college.
Other elected office positions: I have been on the City Council since 2006 and have served as Council President for the past four years. I represent the city of Algoma on the Kewaunee County Economic Development Board. I am chairman of the Main Street board of directors and have been the chair of the Main Street Design Committee for 15 years.
Past and present community or volunteer positions: Volunteer positions are on the Shanty Days Grounds, Endowment and Entertainment committees. The Main Street Car Show and Winefest events.
What do you think are the two most important issues affecting the community for which you are seeking office:
Economic development and market rate housing are two of the issues that I would like to see emphasizes in future budgets.
How would you bring your education and experience to address these issues:.
Working the many years for the Navy and later for the city has given me a strong background for recognizing community needs and continues to encourage my involvement in keeping the city solvent.
List other information that you think the public should know about you that prepares you to take on the responsibilities of this office:
I appreciate the past support of the 4th Ward voters and hope to continue to be your voice while serving the community.
This article originally appeared on Green Bay Press Gazette: Janice Dart, Algoma Alderman 4th Ward