Kehrman hired as Nevada city manager

Kehrman hired as Nevada city manager

There are 2 comments on the Nevada Daily Mail/Sunday Nevada Herald story from Jan 25, 2010, titled Kehrman hired as Nevada city manager. In it, Nevada Daily Mail/Sunday Nevada Herald reports that:

Starting on March 1, Nevada will have a new, permanent city manager. The Nevada City Council announced on Monday that, after a five-month search, they have hired J.D. Kehrman as Nevada's city manager to fill the vacancy left when Bill McGuire resigned for unspecified reasons in late November 2008.

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Just wondering

Springfield, MO

#1 Jan 31, 2010
With the new City Manager, Will the Nevada City Office be remodeled for the third time in as many years while the Fire and Police Departmentís remain in a building that should be condemned and continue keeping the town small and dieing, as it is now like the others that need to go?

Will the Fire and Police still be treated as second class citizens unless it is an emergency?

Will the current administration be held accountable for their actions over the past five years?

Clever, MO

#2 Mar 7, 2011
Let me know some more of what you know please!

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