On December 12, 2013, the Edgerton City Council approved a 15% salary increase for Beth Linn, City Administrator. Linn has held this position since July 2011. During this time, she has made a significant impact on the processes and procedures at City Hall, has led a successful rebranding initiative, launched a new website, and worked with elected officials to ensure that Edgerton has the staff and protocols in place to ensure a strong foundation for future growth.
Throughout her tenure at Edgerton, Linn has also played an integral role as the City’s liason to BNSF Railway and NorthPoint Development. She represents Edgerton’s best interests and has worked on numerous initiatives related to the Logistics Park Kansas City Intermodal facility and the infrastructure necessary to support the Intermodal the surrounding business park development. This includes working with Johnson County and Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) on the new Homestead Lane interchange at I-35 and partnering with the City of Gardner on the construction and opening of the Big Bull Creek Wastewater Treatment Facility.
“Beth Linn has done an outstanding job,” said Edgerton Mayor Donald Roberts. “I really appreciate the service she has given in the short time she has been here.” Based on her recent performance review, the City Council approved this salary increase to commensurate with Linn’s performance as City Administrator.