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Four Candidates To Be Interviewed Friday for Fargo City Administrator

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Four people with experience managing a city are in the running for Fargo City Administrator. The finalists include: Kenneth Haskin, the City Manager in Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Becker County, MN Administrator Pat Oman; James Puffalt, the City Manager in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; and current Fargo Interim City Administrator Michael Redlinger, who once was City Manager in…

Redlinger Named Interim Fargo City Administrator Starting in Late June

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The City of Fargo will have an interim city administrator starting in late June. The city commission has voted unanimously to appoint Assistant City Administrator Michael Redlinger to the position. Mayor Tim Mahoney calls him the “logical person” to step in after Bruce Grubb retires. Redlinger has been in his current role since 2016 and came…

Fargo Mayor recommends interim City Administrator

If city commissioners approve the mayor’s recommendation at Monday’s meeting, Redlinger would take over the interim position effective June 25.

FARGO (KFGO) – Fargo Mayor Tim Mahoney will recommend Michael Redlinger be appointed as interim City Administrator until the position is filled. Redlinger, who has been Assistant City Administrator since 2016, would fill the temporary position of Bruce Grubb, who is retiring on June 24. Mahoney said Redlinger would be the “logical person.” If city commissioners approve the mayor’s recommendation…

Fargo city administrator to retire in June

FARGO (KVRR) – Fargo City Administrator Bruce Grubb is retiring.  His last day on the job is June 24. Grubb began his career in 1989 as a civil engineer. In 2016, he was promoted to city administrator after the retirement of Pat Zavoral. “I want to express my sincere appreciation to the City Commission, The City of Fargo and the…

Old Fargo City Hall Set For Demolition

Officials made the move to a new city hall adjacent to the 60-year-old building last month.

FARGO, N.D. (AP) _ Fargo’s old city hall is set for demolition in about two weeks. Officials made the move to a new city hall adjacent to the 60-year-old building last month. City administrator Bruce Grubb tells KFGO radio that remaining furniture and fixtures have been salvaged by several nonprofit organizations, and asbestos removal started last week. That should wrap…