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McKnight takes reins of familiar territory

City budget one of McKnight’s top priorities by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers As long as anyone at City Hall can recall, David McKnight is Farmington’s first home-grown city administrator, a role he was just getting used to during his first … Continue reading

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Farmington City Council approves contract with McKnight

New city administrator’s salary set at $113,000 by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers David McKnight, a lifelong Farmington resident, former city council member and now the city’s new city administrator, will earn $113,000 in his first year on the job. Under an … Continue reading

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City agrees to pay Herlofsky severance after lawsuit threat

Herlofsky’s legal threat was topic of closed session by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers Weeks after submitting his surprise resignation in March, former Farmington City Administrator Peter Herlofsky threatened to sue the city for severance pay equal to six months of … Continue reading

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Reception held in Herlofsky’s honor

Herlofsky’s last day was Tuesday City and county officials joined Farmington City Administrator Peter Herlofsky in celebrating his last day on the job, May 31. The city held a reception for Herlofsky at City Hall that was attended by many … Continue reading

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Farmington receives 29 applications for city administrator position

Council to indicate their candidate preferences by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers Farmington City Council members are reviewing 14 applications for the city administrator position to determine their top-five candidate picks. In total, Farmington received 29 applications for the city’s top … Continue reading

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Schorzman to be named interim administrator

Council likely to approve recommendation tonight by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers City Engineer Kevin Schorzman is expected to be named interim city administrator tonight. Farmington Mayor Todd Larson confirmed the anticipated appointment Monday morning. “I asked other council members, and … Continue reading

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Farmington begins search for new city administrator

Larson hopes new administrator is hired by summer’s end by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers Farmington was to have begun the search for a new city administrator this week. Announcements seeking applicants for the job opening were to be posted online … Continue reading

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Farmington city administrator resigns

Herlofsky’s last day to be May 31 by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers City Administrator Peter Herlofsky submitted his resignation to three of the five Farmington City Council members after the March 28 Economic Development Authority meeting adjourned. Without notice, Herlofsky … Continue reading

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Communication issues top concerns for city staff, council

Pay concessions mentioned briefly, but not discussed by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers Mutual trust, improved communication and a new method of planning for the city budget were among issues discussed among Farmington city officials and council members at a March … Continue reading

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City council, staff to discuss economic ideas at Saturday retreat

Salary concessions likely to be included in discussions by Laura Adelmann Thisweek Newspapers Some money-saving, business-building ideas, brainstormed by the Farmington City Council during its March 10 retreat will be reviewed with city staff on Saturday. One idea, seeking salary … Continue reading

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