Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt will not seek re-election

Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt made it official on Tuesday, and he won't seek another political office.

Green Bay's mayor has his supporters and detractors -- and possible successors.

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The Winnebago County Board gave the go ahead Tuesday for Lifest to build a permanent stage, where the Oshkosh Speedzone Raceway is now. Both are located at the Sunnyview Expo Center grounds.

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