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Doniphan Co eliminates road supervisor position
06/20/2018

(KNZA)--Following several weeks of discussion, the Doniphan County Commission has voted to eliminate the county road supervisor position.

The Commission took the action Monday on a 2-1 vote, with Commissioner Tim Collins casting the lone no vote.

As of August 1st, the county will return back to having a foreman oversee operation of each of the county’s three road districts.   The foremen will report to the road office manager.

The road supervisor position was created in 2013 after the Commission voted to restructure management of the road department.

Commission Chairman Tad Geiger said earlier this month that he has not  seen any advantage to having a road supervisor.

Bob Edie, who has held the position, will revert back to his previous position as First District road foreman.

 

 

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