Council set to select deputy administrator

by Jeff Pederson Sheboygan Falls News Editor

The Sheboygan Falls Common Council is closing in on selecting a candidate to fill the city’s recently created deputy administrator position.

The council conducted interviews for the position on Monday, June 22, and they further discussed the selection process during a meeting on Tuesday, June 30.

Sheboygan Falls Mayor Randy Meyer said last week that 28 candidates applied for the position, with eight selected for an initial interview.

“Two of the eight candidates withdrew before they were interviewed, so we actually interviewed six candidates and brought two back for a second interview,” Meyer said.

Meyer expects a final decision to be made soon.

“We met on Tuesday to discuss the interviews that were held on June 22,” Meyer said. “I expect us to have a final decision in the next couple of weeks, possibly as soon as this week or next.”

The deputy administrator position has been created to provide administrative support at City Hall and take on some of the city government supervisory duties currently assigned to the city clerk-treasurer position currently held by Joel Tauschek, who has announced his intentions to retire in the near future.

The new deputy administrator is also expected to eventually be able to take over the city clerktreasurer position when Tauschek retires at a yet-to-be-determined date.


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