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Waukee Hires a New City Administrator

Posted January 18, 2013 in Community Web Exclusives, Waukee

Waukee, IA – Waukee Mayor Bill Peard and City Council are pleased to announce the appointment of Tim Moerman as the next Waukee City Administrator. The City has been operating with an interim City Administrator while undergoing a national search for the person that will help lead Waukee into the future with continuing commercial and residential growth and the construction and development of the Alice’s Road Corridor.

Tim Moerman comes to the City of Waukee with more than 25 years of professional local government experience with emphasis in City Management and Economic Development. Moerman has served in several communities throughout Iowa including Jefferson, Sibley, Dubuque, Mason City, and most recently, the City of Ankeny as Assistant City Manager overseeing special projects and economic development. Moerman received his undergraduate degrees in Business Administration and Accounting from Dordt College and later a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Iowa State University.

Moerman has an impressive track record in economic development with projects including riverfront development in Dubuque, downtown redevelopment in Mason City and high-end business park developments in Ankeny. Additionally, Moerman has been in the forefront of these projects as a skilled negotiator and representative of the public interest in public-private partnerships. His role in these and several other projects made Moerman a clear front runner in the Waukee City Administrator search.

Moerman is expected to begin his new role as Waukee City Administrator on February 18, 2013. Waukee’s Mayor, Council, and City Staff are excited for new leadership and look forward to working with Moerman on numerous community projects including the Alice’s Road Corridor and further development of the Waukee Parks system, as well as carrying out the goals of the Comprehensive Plan and various Master Plans that have been adopted by the City over the last several years.

For more information, contact: Mayor William F. Peard

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