Panel considers hiring consultant
$31,400 would go toward leadership training, strategic plan, post-Crundwell
DIXON – The City Council is looking at spending $31,400 for a strategic plan and leadership training as it rebuilds in the aftermath of Rita Crundwell’s massive theft.
City commissioners placed on file Monday a government consulting agreement with Naperville company Sikich.
Shawn Ortgiesen, public works director and city engineer, said the company will take a holistic look at the city’s government and help it develop a strategic plan to achieve long-term goals.
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