New leaders provide new ideas into new 12 months

Catrina P. Smith
Pictured from left: Megan Canavan, the city of Powell's assistant city manager and communications director; Elise Schellin, development planner; Jeff Tyler, community-development director; Mayor Frank Bertone; and City Manager Andrew White pose for a photo Dec. 17 at City Hall.

A “generational” turnover in town staff – additionally some discernment afforded, even necessitated, by a world-wide pandemic – has resulted in some massive-picture wondering by Powell city officials that will manifest in the course of 2021, according to Metropolis Supervisor Andrew White.

White is aspect of that generational turnover, joining the town in April in a write-up held since 1996 by Steve Lutz, who introduced his retirement in 2019.

The turnover in town staff members involves retirements or other departures impacting the city’s growth, finance and police departments, amid other folks. The city’s progress was guided in massive measure by outgoing employees associates.

White stated both things led Town Council to phone for clean perspectives on how the city does its work and serves its citizens.

“There has been an environmental improve the city’s gone through in the final generation that has brought us to this stage in time,” White reported. “We’re going to carry on to manage an organizational output dependable with general public expectation whilst also increasing the bar for success.

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