Congratulations Council Members-Elect Gonnerman, England and Shimulunas

 In a tight race for City Council last week, the three top vote-getters out of four candidates on the ballot were elected to three year terms on the TR City Council.

New Council Members Erin Gonnerman and David England will be sworn in at the City Council organizational meeting next Tuesday, April 18, as will returning incumbent Council Member Bonnie Shimulunas.

Leaving the City Council will be Brad Yaggie, whose polled a close fourth in the election.  Also leaving the Council will be long-time member Jim Taddy, who is retiring after serving two separate stints totaling 26 years.

Also at the April 18 organizational meeting, the Council will elect its President and Vice President for the coming year.

Reminder:  City Council Meetings Live-Streamed on Website and Facebook

The April 17 regular City Council meeting will be live-streamed on both the City website (www.two-rivers.org) and on the Two Rivers City Hall facebook page.

This time, we will have BOTH video and audio—I promise!

Council meetings are still broadcast live on Charter Cable channel 993.  They are also archived, for viewing after-the-fact, on the City website.

How Many Stickers to be Rid of That Sofa?

Just a reminder, as many of us are now in “Spring cleaning mode,” that there is lots of good information on the City’s website regarding solid waste and recycling services, provided in Two Rivers by Manitowoc Disposal.

Go to www.two-rivers.org. then click on “Services,” then “Public Works,” then “Solid Waste and Recycling” for information on where to buy garbage stickers, how many stickers must be placed on various oversized items, and general rules and regulations for garbage storage and collection.

There’s also good information on what can and cannot go into your recycling bin, and contact information for the ManitowocCountyRecyclingCenter.

Two Rivers City Manager Greg Buckley can be contacted by calling 920-793-5532 or by e-mailing gbuckley@two-rivers.org.

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