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An impartial leader
City administrator works with departments to follow council’s lead
July 2, 2002
If Mike Yanez had to highlight his career accomplishments in municipal administration, whether as a parks and recreation director or as a city administrator or manager, he said leaving a town in better shape than he found it would make the list. “I think I solved more problems than I created,” he said.
An impartial leader
City administrator works with departments to follow council’s lead
July 2, 2002
If Mike Yanez had to highlight his career accomplishments in municipal administration, whether as a parks and recreation director or as a city administrator or manager, he said leaving a town in better shape than he found it would make the list. “I think I solved more problems than I created,” he said.
Dancing for a Queen
July 2, 2002
Although many people may claim the title “Dancing Queen,” Elizabeth Durkin can claim dancing for one.
Liberty remains risky business 226 years later
July 2, 2002
Liberty continues to come with risks. We refuse the protective umbrella of a paternalistic state that would spare us from danger by intrusive interference in our daily lives and unrestrained removal of perceived threats. Although it might be foolish not to accept some constraints on our freedoms, it would be equally foolish to erode the basic rights our forefathers insisted could govern a progressive society.