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Pawnee City Council appoints attorney

(KLZA)-- On a 3-1 vote Monday night the Pawnee City Council approved the appointment of Emily Sisco as City Attorney. 

Back in December, Mayor Charlie Hatfield  had recommended Betsy Ferebee be appointed to the position with Joe Stehlik serving as Deputy City Attorney. No vote on the appointment was cast.

The Council was to vote on the appointment in  January but that was delayed.  Both Ferebee and Emily Sisco who works with the Donahue and Faesser Law Firm submitted applications for the position. 

Monday night, Ferebee was unable to attend the Council meeting and Sisco was appointed. 

Council member Susan Eisenhauer cast the lone nay vote on Sisco's appointment.  

The Pawnee Republican newspaper reported previously that Sisco would bill the city at an hourly rate of $145.  

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