Vollmar Finished With Council After this Term

Ald. Jim Vollmar will not seek reelection in 2013, but candidates for the other open spots have withdrawn papers.

Port Washington Ald. Jim Vollmar will not seek reelection in spring, and with no other papers filed the spot is currently wide open.

Vollmar has served six years on the Common Council, and said he's ready to dedicate his time to other things, according to an article on the Ozaukee Press.

"I enjoyed my time on the council, but six years are six years,” Vollmar told the Ozaukee Press. "I just wanted to offer alternative solutions to problems, and I think I did that."

Vollmar's spot representing the city's 3rd District is one of four aldermanic positions up for election in spring; other districts include: 1, 5 and 7. Those spots are currently represented by Mike Ehrlich, Joe Dean and Dan Becker.

Becker and Ehrlich are the only two candidates who have submitted the needed paperwork to run for office. Paper work is due on Jan. 2. Port Washington alderman make $3,750 annually. All positions are two-year terms.

Learn more about School Board and Saukville positions opening up.


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