Last April, Bob Ziegelbauer talked about state legislative action impact on Manitowoc County's budget at a news conference at the Manitowoc County Highway Department. Ziegelbauer will continue as county executive following his retirement from the Assembly after 10 two-year terms. Standing behind him were State Rep. Steve Kestell, left, and Gov. Scott Walker.
With Republican Paul Tittl taking his 25th State Assembly District seat after getting sworn in Monday, Bob Ziegelbauer is down to just one job.
"I'll miss the workload," said Ziegelbauer, who has retired from state politics after serving nine two-year terms as a Democrat and his 10th and final stint as an Independent.
"I have space in my brain and time ... I've always had two jobs or more for as long as I can remember," said the Roncalli High School and Notre Dame graduate in his second four-year term as county executive. He said it's too soon for him to make a decision on running for a third term in ...