ALGOMA - Some changes are coming for how a Lakeshore community's police department is run.
Algoma Police Chief Terry Magno is retiring.
Instead of hiring a new chief, the city council approved a plan Thursday night to have the Kewaunee County Sheriff's Department run the police department.
The city's current police officers will keep their jobs.
County deputies will work part-time to fill the police department's open positions.
City leaders say the partnership means there will always be at least one officer on duty at all times.
But opponents, including the outgoing chief, say they have concerns.
"You're going to create more work for your staff, and they're already complaining about it, but it's gonna increase. We had last year over 3,000 calls. Are those girls going to be ready to take that or more?" said Algoma Police Chief Terry Magno.
"I think there's a lot of anxiety on both parts. We're entering into a new environment and of course our community is entering into a new environment, so I think that we're all going to have to work together and I think tonight is the start of it," said Kewaunee County Sheriff, Matthew Joski.
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