Columbus city administrator retires

Columbus city administrator retires

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COLUMBUS — Tuesday was the final day of vacation for retiring city administrator Boyd Kraemer. The Columbus City Council approved an employee retirement agreement for him at Tuesday night’s meeting, but no details were released.

Kraemer informed Mayor Robert Link on Dec. 19 that he intended to retire effective Jan. 15

The council approved city clerk Anne Donahue and finance director/treasurer Kim Manley to serve as acting co-administrators during the interim.

Each will receive $250 per week in extra salary while performing these duties.

“I want to take this time to thank Boyd for the six years of work he provided the city,” Link stated. “He and his staff did an outstanding job during this six years.”

Link said that the council will present a plaque to Kraemer at an upcoming council meeting.

Kraemer has been city administrator since April 30, 2007.

The council plans to undertake a search for a new city administrator that is expected to take several months.

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