Utilities Commission says new city attorney should attend meetings
WILLMAR -- Willmar Municipal Utilities Commissioners approved a motion Monday stating they want the new city attorney to be present during the commission's twice-a-month meetings.
Longtime City Attorney Rich Ronning will retire March 31 and the City Council has interviewed representatives of a Willmar law firm and a St. Paul law firm that are interested in taking over Ronning's role as city legal advisor as well as city criminal prosecutor on April 1.
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