Kaukauna will have a new mayor in the spring of next year.
The job will be on the ballot, but Mayor Gene Rosin’s name won’t be on it. He says he decided about a year ago that he wouldn’t run for a fourth term.
When Rosin leaves in April, he’ll have spent 12 years in the office. Before that, he spent 16 years on the city council. He says it’s time for someone new to step in.
He says a number of projects stand out from his time in office. They include the new hydroelectric plant and Hydro Park, the new city hall and fire station, and the library in the former Eagle mill.
The election will be in April. If there are more than two candidates, there will be a primary in February.