Greenville looks for new town administrator
GREENVILLE - The town hired a search firm to find a successor to Town Administrator Dave Tebo, who will transition to a new role as director of community and economic development.
Tebo has been the town administrator for 17 years.
Town Chairman Jack Anderson said that as Greenville has developed, Tebo's role was expanded to include planning and economic development duties.
"The town has grown to the point where there's too much work for one person to be doing that," Anderson told USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin. "We've decided to separate the roles of town administrator and community and economic development."
Tebo said in an email that he was excited about the new position.
"For the last 17 years as town administrator, the planning and economic development function was just one part of my job, and I’m hoping now to give this area all my energy and focus," he said. "I think the town can benefit from this new position, especially as we try to develop our new TIF district."
Greenville's tax incremental financing district encompasses land around the intersection of State 15 and Outagamie County CB.
Public Administration Associates of Whitewater is leading the search for a new town administrator. The salary range for the position is $90,000 to $110,000. Applications will be accepted until April 27.
Anderson said he hopes to have the position filled by early summer.
"Dave is still playing all of the roles that he has in the past," he said. "The change won't really be effective until the start date of the new town administrator."
Tebo's salary as community and economic development director hasn't been decided, Anderson said.
"That's to be determined in a very short time," he said.
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