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Manitowoc County Drug Disposal - Spring Event

April 9, 2018

Do you have old medications that you need to dispose of? If so, do your part to keep our communities safe and clean by participating in this Manitowoc County Drug Disposal Program. Residents may bring unwanted drugs and medications to this program free of charge. This collection is being offered as part of the Healthy Kids Day at the YMCA on April 21st from 9am to Noon.

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New Parks and Recreation Director

April 3, 2018

City Manager Greg Buckley on April 2 announced the appointment of Kevin Boehm, who currently serves as Parks and Recreation Director of Enid, Oklahoma, as Two Rivers' new Parks and Recreation Director.

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Coastal Cities Shocked and Concerned by Governor Walker Announcement on Marine Sanctuary

March 8, 2018

A press release was issued today by the Cities of Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Port Washington, addressing Governor Scott Walker's recent decision to rescind his nomination of that area of Lake Michigan off our communities as America's newest National Marine Sanctuary. This is a project that the Cities of Two Rivers, Manitowoc, Sheboygan and Port Washington have strongly supported, and continue to support. We urge Governor Walker to re-open dialogue with NOAA, to resolve any remaining concerns about Federal regulations within the proposed sanctuary area. Feel free to share your opinion with Governor Walker's Office by calling 608-266-1212 or send an email by


See links below:

--Today's press release

--Governor Walker's Rescission Letter, dated February 27, 2018

--NOAA letter to Governor, November 2017, addressing in detail his concerns
about regulation of the proposed sanctuary area

--Governor Walker letter to NOAA, September 2017

--Wisconsin's Nomination Package, submitted by Governor Walker November 2014 (Large File)


October 27, 2017

Recent testing conducted by the City's Water Utility yielded results exceeding the action level for lead in drinking water.

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April 2nd City Council Meeting

April 3, 2018

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City Manager's Column

February 28, 2018

Moving Forward on 2018 Capital Projects

The City Council at its March 5 meeting is expected to give final approval for a ten-year borrowing of just over $2 million for capital projects included in the 2018 City Budget.  These non-utility projects are being funded with tax-supported general obligation (G.O.) debt.

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city Manager Greg Buckley

Greg Buckley
Two Rivers City Manager