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County to re-advertise for emergency management director
06/25/2019

Brown County Courthouse

(KNZA)--The Brown County Commission will re-advertise for a new emergency management director.

Following several executive sessions last week, the Commission voted to terminate James Stuart, effective immediately.

Stuart had held the position since April 22.  

Two individuals were selected last week for interviews from the remaining seven applicants from the initial job posting, but Commission Chairman Keith Olsen said Monday the two were no longer interested. As a result, the Commission voted to re-advertise the opening.  

Commissioners plan to review the applicants at their July 8 meeting and narrow the field down for interviews, with the interviews to be conducted the following week.

Commissioners are expected to appoint an interim emergency management director when they meet Friday.  

Undersheriff Randy Linck turned down the interim position Monday.

 

 

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