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Humboldt Council to discuss petition, office staff
03/05/2019

(KLZA)-- The Humboldt City Council will meet Tuesday evening at 7 at City Hall. 

A petition for opposing the sale of the Humboldt “Airport Property” has been signed by more than 550 registered voters with more than 300 of them having voted in the 2018 General Election.

The petitioners are wanting to discuss the preferred delivery method to the Richardson County Clerks office. 

According to a report in the Humboldt Standard newspaper, Mayor Bob Mendenhall dismissed City Clerk Carol Glathar from her position on February 27th.

City Treasurer Amy Hunzeker was appointed City Clerk but has given two weeks notice and will be leaving City employment on March 12. Hunzekers resignation as Treasurer and the resignation of Planning Commission Secretary Wanda Hartshorn are also on the agenda. 

Another agenda item is an ordinance that if approved, would combine the positions of City Clerk and Treasurer into one position.  

Another agenda item is hiring Linda Eis to work in the City Office part-time.   

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