Fridley Council Meeting Early on Finding a New City Manager

Bill Burns is retiring after 24 years as city manager for the City of Fridley.

How to replace City Manager Bill Burns after 24 years is at the top of the Fridley City Council's agenda on Monday.

An information session on "recruitment and selection of a new City Manager" will start at 5:30 p.m. The session will also address Minnesota Department of Transportation work on Highway 65.

The Fridley City Council will convene at a special meeting time of 6 p.m. instead of its regular 7:30 p.m. meeting time on Oct. 22, 2012.

The official meeting will be in the council chambers at Fridley City Hall. The information meeting will be in the adjacent Conference Room A.

Burns, whose last day at work will be Dec. 20, 2012, told the Sun Focus newspaper, "I think it’s a good point to look at some other things and address some of the things, like family things, that I’ve let slip a little bit, and take advantage of things that I want to do."

Read the full agenda for the Fridley City Council's Oct. 22 meeting by clicking on the PDF thumbnail. The meeting includes a public hearing on 2012 proposed assessments at 38 properties for nuisance abatement, at a total cost of $33,206.50.


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