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City makes code enforcement position full time
11/21/2020

(KNZA)--The Hiawatha City Commission has approved moving the code enforcement position from part-time to full-time.

The Commission took the action on a 4-1 vote when they met Monday evening, with Mayor Bill Collins casting the lone dissenting vote.

City Administrator Mike Nichols recommended the position, currently held by Dave Wilson, be moved to full-time.

Wilson will be paid $25 an hour, plus a $45 monthly phone stipend and $100 monthly vehicle allowance.

In other business, the Commission voted to accept petitions to annex three properties into the city limits and adopted an ordinance annexing those properties.

They included the KANZA Mental Health and Guidance Center facility at 2291 Linden Road and city's two sewer plant properties across the road.

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