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Falls City Council discusses administrative restructuring
06/09/2021

(KLZA)-- Following the acceptance of the resignation of City Administrator, Clerk,Treasurer Gary Jorn Monday night, the Falls City Council discussed how to approach filling the position. 

Council member Mitch Merz expressed he feels the job currently includes too many duties for one person.  Jorn's duties currently include doing building inspections, working with zoning as well as treasurer, clerk and administrator.  

Merz said with Jorn leaving, and possibly some other upcoming retirements, this is a good time to look at a restructuring of duties at City Hall and deciding what the cities needs are in the office. 

Following the discussion, the Council approved advertising locally for a City Manager,  with the duties to be determined by the talents of the candidates for the job.  

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