Allison Williams resigning as Ashwaubenon trustee
By Kevin Boneske
ASHWAUBENON – A Village Board trustee is resigning next month.
Allison Williams, who represents Wards 1 and 2, announced Tuesday, Oct. 26, her last day in office will be Nov. 22.
“I have decided to sell my house, and although I will continue be an Ashwaubenon resident, I will no longer be residing within Wards 1 and 2,” she said. “It has been my pleasure serving on the Village Board and various committees for the last four years. Most importantly, it has been my honor to represent constituents within Ashwaubenon. I appreciate all of the support I have received throughout my tenure, and look forward to watch the continued growth, development and success of the Village of Ashwaubenon.”
Williams was first appointed after Mary Kardoskee, who previously represented Wards 1 and 2, became village president following the death of Mike Aubinger in 2017.
After elected to a two-year term in 2018, Williams was re-elected to a full three-year term in 2020.
Kardoskee said it has been an honor serving with Williams on the board the past four years.
“You’ve done a great job representing Wards 1 and 2 – that was my wards – so thank you for that,” Kardoskee said. “I’m sure we’ll see you around in the village.”
Village Manager Joel Gregozeski said the board will need to determine a process for filling the vacancy, with the term running through April 2023.
“I anticipate this item being placed on the board’s agenda for Nov. 23 for consideration,” he said.
Last year, the board filled three trustee vacancies following the resignations of Mark Williams (Wards 7 and 8), Ken Bukowski (Wards 9 and 10) and Michael Malcheski (Wards 11 and 12).
To once again have six trustees, the board appointed Jay Krueger (Wards 7 and 8), Steve Kubacki (Wards 9 and 10) and Tracy Flucke (Wards 11 and 12).
Krueger, Kubacki and Flucke were re-elected in April to new three-year terms.