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Dickinson fires city engineer: Watson terminated last Friday, city to hire firm as replacement

September 30, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

A mere six months after starting the position, William Watson was terminated as the Dickinson city engineer on Friday.
“We parted ways,” Dickinson city administrator Shawn Kessel said. “Mr. Watson was a very hard worker put in a lot of hours for us. But we decided to go our separate ways.”
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Dickinson hires 2 to replace Soehren

February 7, 2013 in The Dickinson Press

The city of Dickinson has hired two new employees, Gary Zuroff of Glendive, Mont., as public works director and William Watson of Alamogordo, N.M., as city engineer. Continue Reading

Dickinson officials OK former city engineer contract: Soehren to work part-time at $110 per hour

November 8, 2012 in The Dickinson Press

Former Dickinson City Engineer Shawn Soehren will stay with the city for a few more months in a part-time capacity at $110 per hour until a replacement is found, hired and has worked for a few weeks. Continue Reading

Alexandria to start interviewing candidates for new engineer/public works director post

July 12, 2012 in Alexandria Echo Press

How many engineers does it take to hire an engineer?
The Alexandria City Council tussled with the idea at its meeting Monday night.
It eventually voted 5-0 to appoint Douglas County Engineer Dave Robley to an interview committee that will consider applicants for the city engineer/public works director. Continue Reading

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