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Heyn set to leave Algoma administrator position

For the second time in two years, the City of Algoma will be searching for a new administrator.

 

Current administrator Jared Heyn recently submitted his letter of resignation to city officials effective April 1st. He is leaving his post to become an assistant administrator in the City of Waunakee, which is located north of Madison. Algoma Mayor Wayne Schmidt says Heyn did a great job in a short time as he dealt with the learning curve of being a city administrator.

Schmidt will talk to the city council to see if they will hire a firm to search for a candidate or if they will advertise it on their own. Heyn will continue to stay on until April 1st as the city works with a realtor to sell the Algoma Long Term Care Unit and hopes to pass a referendum to build a new public safety facility. 

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