Tag: David Dillner

Edgerton website dark since city administrator's exit

Mark Taylor [email protected] Edgerton’s city Web site hasn’t been updated since mid-January. That’s because the only person authorized to administer the site – former city administrator David Dillner – no longer works...

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Interim manager takes the helm at Edgerton

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] For Edgerton’s new interim city administrator service to area residents isn’t just a job – it’s a career. Mike Press, who took the reins from former City Administrator David Dillner on...

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Edgerton allows early exit of city admin

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] Edgerton City Administrator David Dillner’s last day of employment with the city will be Feb. 7. The Edgerton City Council on Jan. 13 voted to allow Dillner to leave the job a week...

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Edgerton awaits Demdaco decision

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Edgerton is still on Demdaco’s list, according to city officials. Demdaco, a figurine importer, announced its plans to lease or build a new warehouse somewhere in the Kansas City metro...

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Edgerton reconsiders 191st Street agreement with county

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] The Edgerton City Council, at its Oct. 14 meeting, discussed rescinding an agreement between the city and Johnson County providing the construction of 191st Street from Four Corners Road...

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Intermodal property still under consideration for warehouse

Danedri Thompson [email protected] Rumors that Demdaco has decided not to build a warehouse in Edgerton are not true, according to David Dillner, Edgerton City Administrator. Demdaco seeks to build a 300,000 square-foot...

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Edgerton approves 2011 budget

Corbin H. Crable [email protected] The Edgerton City Council approved the city’s 2011 budget, which includes a 50-percent trash subsidization for residents, at its Aug. 26 meeting. The city’s current mill rate will hold...

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