City Purchases Mower, Forms Committee To Find New Street Supervisor

The Nashville City Council agreed to purchase a zero turn mower during its meeting on Thursday, January 31.

The council accepted a bid from Diedrich Implements Inc. for a 2019 Grasshopper 327 for a total amount of $7,987.50.

In other street department news, Mayor Erik Rolf formed a committee to assist in finding a replacement for Street Supervisor Rich Schuette, who will be retiring in about seven months.

The committee include council members Sue Finke, Doug Hargan and Josh Fark.

“We will discuss how we are going to go through the process and the interviews,” Rolf said. “We do have several good candidates.”

For more on this story and other news around Washington County, pick up this week’s issue of the Nashville News.

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