As the deadline approaches for the Keota Comprehensive Plan, the town’s city council could attempt to create a city manager position. City Clerk Niki Osweiler says Keota doesn’t currently have a city manager or city administrator.
She says the council has already come up with its budget for the next fiscal year, but is open to discussion about the issue and is expected to talk about the possibility of adding the position next year.
Next month’s Comprehensive Plan meeting will bring more input from the city council, as the public has primarily been the focus of discussion so far.
The meeting takes place at Keota City Hall September 13th.