After a lengthy search, Gardner City Council members unanimously agreed to start negotiations to hire Cheryl Harrison-Lee as city administrator.
If she accepts the position, Harrison-Lee will replace Stewart Fairburn, who left more than a year ago …
Gardner City Administrator Stewart Fairburn has accepted a job with the City of Chickasha, Okla. and will start in that city on April 1.
Fairburn’s resignation with the City of Gardner was tendered Feb. 8 …
Gardner City Administrator Stewart Fairburn has accepted a job with the City of Chickasha, Okla and will start in that city on April 1.
Fairburn will assume the position currently held by retiring City Manager Larry Shelton. Officials from Chickasha, …
Get ready, Gardner residents, to Take Charge of your electricity consumption and, in the process, help your city win $100,000 in a contest designed to promote energy efficiency and conservation.
The city council voted on Dec. 6 …
City Administrator Stewart Fairburn was honored at Monday evening’s city council meeting for a devoting a decade of service to the city of Gardner.
Fairburn came to Gardner late in the winter of 2000 just as the …
City council members agreed to increase wastewater and water utility rates during a meeting on Dec. 6.
The rate increases were built into the 2011 budget that was approved in August 2010, and the new rates take …
Gardner council inks deal with fire, police merger; applies for funds for Main, Center Street improvements
Gardner City Council members gave their approval on an application for state funds to make improvements to the intersection at Main and Center Streets Oct. 18. The proposed improvements include adding east and west turn lanes on …
Gardner City Council members and Johnson County Fire District No. 1 board members hammered out details of an agreement that would consolidate fire services of the two entities and lease the services to city residents.
During a …
Corbin H. Crable
Gardner City Council members on Monday night approved a 2011 salary ordinance for city employees which reflects reductions of four city positions.
The 2011 ordinance includes reductions of one line maintenance worker, two Public Safety officers …