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Schultz, Loberger running for District 21

By Press Times Staff

BROWN COUNTY – After one term, Brown County Supervisor Alex Tran is bowing out and two newcomers look to replace her to represent District 21.

The race April 7 will be between Randy Schultz and Susan Loberger.

District 21 covers parts of Ashwaubenon, including Titletown, areas near Lambeau Field and the Stadium District.

The Press Times emailed each candidate the same questions and gave them 100 words to respond to each.

Randy Schultz

Why should people vote for you?

I was approached by associates.

After considerable thought, I realized my experience, public service orientation and servant leadership style fit the responsibilities.

After 31 years with the Brown County Sheriff’s Office, I’m very familiar with the purpose and function of all the county departments.

Through my career I worked with the boards of 13 townships, four villages and the county board.

I’m known as a problem-solver; not shy of tough decisions, responsible, accountable, efficient, frugal, fair and hardworking.

I base decisions on the best-balanced interest of all the stakeholders.

It’s time for me to step up and serve again.

Randy Schultz

What’s the biggest issue in District 21?

The phenomenal growth in District 21 will stress infrastructure and public safety resources.

We must monitor closely and respond accordingly or quality-of-life issues for residents will suffer.

Most often mentioned to me by district residents is how this successful growth has impacted the traffic flow, specifically traffic increasing in our calm and quiet residential areas.

We must keep the county highways in the district efficient with respect to traffic volume in order to keep our neighborhoods safe.

Fortunately, the new Southern Bridge Connector will help the heavy Highway 172 traffic volume greatly.

When the expo center is completed, what’s the role for the county to stimulate growth by Lambeau Field?

Opening the fairgrounds for camping was an excellent idea and is gaining popularity.

I believe we can and must tap additional creative use of this beautiful and valuable property.

The fairgrounds have sorely needed repairs and upgrades coming.

Phase one of those efforts starts soon (staying with the infrastructure intent of the county sales tax and avoiding additional debt with interest).

Although fresh out of the starting blocks, there’s room for growth in the County’s STEM efforts at UWGB.

This certainly can draw new business to our area and keep even more of our graduates in town.

Susan Loberger

Why should people vote for you?

I have over 27 years of experience in the not-for-profit world.

We know how to make the most of the limited funds we have.

I will use this experience to make Brown County government as efficient as possible.

My duties in the not-for-profit world include strategic planning, budgeting and working with several different boards from all different backgrounds.

I am used to creating amazing teams that work together to solve the problems in front of us.

These are all skills, qualities and traits that are needed in government to be successful.

Susan Loberger

What’s the biggest issue in District 21?

The most important issues are roads, the Ashwaubenon branch of the library and development around Lambeau Field.

The next term of the county board is going to be critical in determining the future of our library. We need to ensure that whatever happens, the library will be able to serve our residents for the next generation.

We are experiencing quite a bit of growth and development in Ashwaubenon.

We need to continue this development that is vital to our tax base, but we need to balance that with the needs of our residents.

I will make roads a priority.

When the expo center is completed, what’s the role for the county to stimulate growth by Lambeau Field?

The facility along with Lambeau development is going to make the area more desirable to tourists and attendees.

That will change the feel and atmosphere of the neighborhood and that can create some concerns among residents.

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