SHEBOYGAN FALLS, WI (WHBL) - For the first time in ten years, residents in the City of Sheboygan Falls have a competitive ballot race for mayor. It is also the first time Mayor Randy Meyer is facing a challenge since taking office in 2004.
Meyer said he is interested in serving a sixth term after leading the city through the recent recession and wanting to continue the economic growth the city has seen over the past few years. He also wants to see the completion of the municipal building renovations and continue improving traffic safety along the Highway 23/32 corridor, highlighting his experience in office will help in this matter
Residents will choose from either Meyer or Alderman Dan Krueger when they head to the polls on April 1.