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Gibraltar names new town administrator

Travis Thyssen will bring his government experience to Fish Creek later this month after agreeing to become the first administrator for the Town of Gibraltar.

 

Budgeting $71,000 for the position, the Gibraltar Town Board decided to hire a town administrator approximately four months ago at the recommendation of a thorough review by The Harding Group. Town Board Chairperson Steve Sohns admitted back then that the town has grown to a point where its business is too much for a chairperson and a town clerk to handle. Along with being a business owner in the Fox Valley area, Thyssen has served as a county supervisor in Outagamie County for the last nine years and a town supervisor for the Town of Grand Chute for the last 14 years. His first day in the new role will be May 24th according to the town office.

 

Picture courtesy of Outagamie County

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