March 22, 2005

Verdick steps down as East Moline city administrator

After 31 years of service to East Moline, 14 in the public service department, and 17 as East Moline's first and only city administrator, Steve Verdick announces he will retire in late June.

3 Comments:

At 3/25/2005 4:51 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great!!!! Now maybe the new mayor will be able to run the city the way the city should be run. East Moline isn't big enough for a city administrator....I feel our new mayor will finally do the job that the city administrator and mayor should have done the past four years.

 
At 3/25/2005 6:46 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

I'm afraid your wish won't come true. East Moline will replace it's city administrator.

Here's a quote from a piece in the March 25th Dispatch/Argus regarding possible candidates for the positon:

"I would be interested" in the position, Rich Keehner, the current assistant city administrator, said Thursday. It would be a natural progression to go from assistant city administrator to city administrator, he said."

http://qconline.com/qcnews/archives/qco/sections.cgi?prcss=display&id=235410

 
At 4/09/2005 10:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I for one will not miss Verdick. Boring and not too with it....

 

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