According to the recruitment documents, an initial candidate pool will be established following the close of business on Friday, Aug. 26.
Based on the proposed job posting for the position, the anticipated salary range for the new director is between $68,450 and $89,180 a year, depending on qualifications and experience. The new director will be responsible for leading a public safety department consisting of 35 full-time, 14 part-time and four temporary seasonal personnel.
During a work session at 7 p.m. Monday, City Council will be presented with a proposed zoning ordinance amendment that would allow wind turbines in all zoning districts as special land use. The proposed amendment was recommended to council for approval by the city's Planning Commission on July 12.