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City Personnel

 

Mayor, Council, Attorneys and Municipal Judge

Allred, Bret

Municipal Judge

Mangold, Scott

Ward II - Councilman

Young, Floyd

Ward II - Councilman

Kath, Scott

Assistant City Attorney

Kitchen, Sandra

City Attorney

Wetzel, John

Mayor

Hillberry, Jim

Ward I - Councilman

Spencer, Lesli

Ward III - Councilwoman

Sapp, Tim

Ward III - Councilman

Paul, Eric

Ward I - Councilman

 

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Administration, Building, Clerk, Engineering, Finance and IT

Brando, Tiffany

City Clerk

Engineering Associates

City Engineer

Nelson, Kaela

Finance Director

Kobbe, Sherryl

Custodian

Logan, Zane

City Administrator

Muecke, Kelly

Account Clerk/Utilities

Rodgers, Anna

Account Payable

Thorington, Zack

Information Technology Manager

Hubbard, Ben

Building Official

Brakke, Jolene

Account Tech I

 

Airport

Weckler, Debbie

Maintenance Worker

 

Aquatics

Wilson, Angela

Aquatics Supervisor

Fawcett-Kay, Tanya

Aquatics Supervisor

 

Electric Department

Bears, Ed

Electric Foreman

Electric Superintendent

Larson, Rick

Lineman III/Electrician

Reile, Todd

Meter Reader/Lineman Apprentice

Shuler, Jared

Lineman III

 

Parks Department

Barton, Del

Parks Superintendent/City Arborist

Linville, Tom

Park Maintenance Worker III

Miller, Tim

Foreman

Williams, Brett

Park Maintenance Worker I

Vanek, Jim

Park Maintenance Worker I

 

Police Department

Jason, Pellegrino

Police/School Resource Officer (J.H.S.&H.S.)

Lara, Brett

Police Investigator

Richmond, Kade

Police Officer I

McCaslin, Matt

Police Sergeant

Eckerdt, Roy

Chief of Police

Bradley, Cody

Police Officer II

Strom, Joshua

Police Officer I

Kent, Alan

Police Lieutenant

Wallace, Chris

Police Officer II

Caleb Schmidt

Police Officer I

McLain, Reece

Police Officer I

Hite, Daniel

Police Officer I

Brilakis, Matthew

Police Officer II

Sapp, Paul

Police Sergeant

Ferguson, David

Police Officer II

 

Police Officer I

Miner, Chad

Police Sergeant

Baker, Lisa

Police Dispatcher II

Colvin, Bobbie

Police/Records & Communications Sup.

Walsh, Allison

Police Dispatcher I

Hodges, Jessie

Police Dispatcher I

Meyer, Mona

Police Dispatcher II

Segura, Twyla

Police Dispatcher II

Macik, Sophoia

Police Dispatcher I

 

Sanitation Department

Joseph, Gardner

Sanitation Operator III

Rood, Darrell

Sanitation/Public Health Superintendant

Griffin, Allen

Sanitation/Public Health Technician

Stickerod, Dave

Sanitation Operator III


Streets Department

Borders, Jason

Equipment Operator II

Butts, Gary

Streets Superintendent/DPW

Marshall, Ted

Equipment Operator I

Gullion, Willis

Equipment Operator Foreman

Sander, Ray

Lead Mechanic

Metzler, Andy

Equipment Operator III

Jacobs, Nevin

Equipment Operator II

Atkinson, Justin

Mechanic

Branstetter, Ray

Equipment Operator I

 

Water/Wastewater Department

Kary, Levi

Water/Wastewater Technician I

Spomer, Kacey

Water/Wastewater Technician I

McConnell, Ty

Water/Wastewater Superintendent

Ballard, Brian

Water/Wastewater Technician II

 

Message from the Mayor

 

   

This last week I was on vacation and out of cell phone range for a few days so
I wasn’t surprised to get a call from Zane Logan, Powell’s city administrator. I often
get updates on PR issues, power outages, service issues, etc. I answered the phone
with a cheery “What’s up Zane?” only to hear the very somber news that a great man
and member of our city family had passed away earlier that morning. I was shocked,
saddened and am still having trouble believing he’s gone.


Many years ago in the War Surplus store, I heard of a gentleman who hunted
elk every fall in Area 41 in the Big Horn Mountains, usually one specific drainage. I
was looking for help then as a rookie bow hunter. I contacted Bill Winters for advice
and he was willing to share information about hunting the area. Bill and I spoke a
few times, but it wasn’t until I became a councilman in Powell that I truly got the
privilege of being Bill Winters’ friend. As I did my city work, Bill often spoke up at
city meetings lending his vast institutional knowledge and solid advice with a
friendly smile.


Last December Bill announced he would retire in January 2018. I was happy
for Bill, but a little sad for the city. I wonder how many cold winter days and nights
he spent on streets of Powell making sure our water flowed and the frozen pipes
were fixed as efficiently as possible. I knew after over 36 years with the city, Bill’s
presence would be missed. He was torn about retirement when we spoke about his
position as a Powell representative to the Park County Drug Court. He was actually
making sure he could continue to serve in that capacity. He was only on the board
for a few short years, but he loved being involved and trying to make a difference.
Bill was not afraid to speak of his history with alcohol and those people who stepped
in to help him when he needed it. I respected him immensely for being open, honest
and always willing to pay it forward.


Even in retirement Bill was a regular visitor of city hall, stopping in to chat
and stay current on the city business he missed. Bill’s life was cut far too short on
July 8 and will be a loss to the all who knew him. My thoughts and prayers go out to
his family and friends.


Bill, you will be missed by many in the City of Powell.

 

 

John Wetzel

Mayor

City of Powell

 

jwetzel@cityofpowell.com

John Wetzel

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