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Longtime Hiawatha City Attorney Resigns

(KNZA)--The city of Hiawatha has begun the search for a new city attorney.

That comes after the Hiawatha City Commission Tuesday evening accepted the resignation of longtime City Attorney Don Cashman, effective October 31st.

In his letter of resignation, Cashman says he plans to retire from the practice of law at the end of the year.

Cashman has served as city attorney for more than 48 years, holding the position since May 1969.

City Administrator Mike Nichols says during his time with the city, Cashman has provided thorough guidance and has proven to be a reliable sounding board.  Nichols added he will solely be missed.

The Commission approved advertising for applicants to fill the remainder of Cashman’s term as city attorney.

Applications will be taken until September 15th.  Applicants must be a city resident and licensed to practice law in the state of Kansas.


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