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Vacancy on Pawnee City, City Council
06/14/2018

City Hall - Pawnee City

(KLZA)--There is an open position on the City Council in Pawnee City.  

The Council voted Monday  night to regretfully accept the resignation of Mark Sunneberg Jr.

In his letter of resignation, Sunneberg said due to his job and summer schedule he does not feel he can give adequate time to the Council position he was elected to. His resignation was effective May 31st.    City Clerk Tammy Curtis told MSC News that  Sunneberg's job requires a great deal of travel.   

Anyone interested in filling the position  should come by City Hall. Pawnee City does not have wards so if you live inside the city limits you will be eligible to serve.    

Applications will be accepted from interested parties until June 22nd.  

Mayor Charlie Hatfield will recommend a candidate for the position during the June 25th Council meeting and it will be up to the Council to approve the recommendation.

 

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