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Lyon County goes with engineer instead of public works director position

September 18, 2013

MARSHALL — The question of whether to hire a public works director was a main topic of discussion at the Lyon County Board’s regular meeting Tuesda....

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jackson

Sep-18-13 11:47 PM

Nice Try Stomberg, glad they seen the writing on the wall on your suggestion!!! 2 to 3 months later you can come back and ask for your big fat raise!!! Your already over paid for what you do....Nothing!!! You have so many workers in your office, you don't have to do anything!!

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anthony

Sep-18-13 11:29 PM

not to mention turnover because the County ***** to work for. Ritter has cost the County hundreds of thousands of dollars in re-training costs and lawsuits. Veto Ritter.

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commonman

Sep-18-13 7:14 PM

I have to disagree with the county administrator also being the public works director. Will this include a pay raise? Hasn't the administrator's office increased in staff exponentially compared to the county highway shop, parks and other departments in the last couple years? The administration in this county is getting way bigger than the "groundwork" level and that does not sit well with me. Many county roads need repair, the grass and weed trimming leave a lot to be desired and yet we continue to hire office people and cut corners on the actual groundwork.

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