Public hearing set on candidate for City Clerk
Following a rigorous search, a City search and screening committee has recommended Casey Carl for the position of Minneapolis City Clerk. As part of process to fill the position, a public hearing will be held June 14. The full City Council will vote on June 18.
City Clerk appointment public hearing
1:45 p.m. Monday, June 14
City Council Chamber, City Hall room
317 350 S. Fifth St.
Carl is currently Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners in Johnson County, Kansas, an urban community within the Kansas City metropolitan area that serves approximately 550,000 residents. He has served in the position since it was formally created six years ago, and has worked in Johnson County government for more than 12 years.
The Minneapolis City Clerk office mission is to provide high-quality, cost-effective information to Council Members, City staff, and the public so that City leaders can make effective and responsible decisions in governing the city. City Clerk staff works to ensure that all procedures of the Council and Clerk office conform to federal, state, and City regulations and policies. The City Clerk office also conducts elections in Minneapolis.
Published Jun. 10, 2010