Green Bay Mayor and Two Rivers Native Jim Schmitt announced yesterday that he will not be seeking another term in office. The announcement was made during an appreciation reception for board members and commissioners at City Hall. He told the crowd that he would finish his term strong, but that it was time for someone else to step up. Schmitt became the city’s 41st mayor in April, 2003. Since then he’s been re-elected three times. His 14 years on the job make him the second-longest serving mayor in Green Bay’s history. Schmitt said he remains focused on finishing redevelopment projects he helped start.