Cologne City Council
by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times A young candidate has emerged in Cologne’s search for their next city administrator. Cologne council members approved an offer letter to Jesse Dickson on Monday night. Speaking on Monday prior to the meeting, Mayor Scott Williams was optimistic that Dickson would appro...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne council members are narrowing down the list of finalists for the city administrator position. On Monday, March 2, council members set a special meeting for the upcoming week to interview the three finalists for the position. Names have not yet been released. Prev...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne council members made another decision to improve their community on Monday, Feb. 9, agreeing to seek bids for a splash pad project. The project, expected not to cost more than $180,000, got its first approval from council members during budget discussions in Dece...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Cologne City Administrator John Hendel will be leaving for the private sector after all. Hendel, who announced his resignation after last Tuesday’s council meeting on Jan. 20, will take a job in the private sector in March with a former business associate. “I let the...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Contrary to the November election, there were few surprises at the first meeting of 2015 on Jan. 5 for the Cologne City Council as they organized for the upcoming year. Prior to the relatively short 20-minute meeting, new Mayor Scott Williams and new Council member Carol...Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times What started as an inquiry regarding a tool shed into resulted in several years of service to the City of Cologne for outgoing Mayor Matt Lein, who moved to Cologne in 2001 with wife Carrie, and started putting up a shed in 2002. “I got a letter from the city [...]...Read More
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