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Canby moving ahead to replace ...
Canby moving ahead to replace Hoyhtya
...CANBY - One week after firing city administrator Barbara Hoyhtya, the Canby City Council approved advertising for a new administrator.
During a special meeting Monday night, the council took action to advertise the position in regional newspapers and through the League of Minnesota Cities
Nearly a dozen citizens were on hand during the special meeting to express concern over the firing of Hoyhtya
...Hoyhtya also serves as Canby Housing and Redevelopment Authority administrator, a separate position from her duties as city administrator.
The Independent - Marshall, MN
According to Canby City Administrator Barbara Hoyhtya, a forum was held earlier this year to take public input on the subject and help facilitate a dialogue.
"(The students) gave their speeches, it was excellent," said Hoyhtya
said those questions were addressed when the ordinance was introduced.
"There was some discussion at the council meeting that night too, whether you ban it from city streets or sidewalks because that is city property too," she
said the issue will be taken up again during the Nov. 8 City Council meeting.
Canby Chamber of Commerce - Business Listing
City Administrator - Barb Hoyhtya email@example.com
60-year-old Barb Hoyhtya made ...
60-year-old Barb Hoyhtya made an appearance in Renville County Court on Monday to face two felony charges of embezzling public funds.
Prosecutors say she stole more than $7,100
from the City of Hector by filing false expense reports and keeping the extra money.
She reportedly repaid the cash after being confronted about the situation, and resigned as city administrator.
is now scheduled to be back in court for a settlement conference in early January.
Prosecutors reportedly want her
record to show the embezzlement of public money as part of any potential plea deal.
Canby Chamber of Commerce - Meeting Minutes
Also present were Bonnie Longtin, Eldeen Baer, Pat Stanley, Ellie Beman, Karen Houtman, Toni Rustand, Katie Delaney, Luanne Fondell, and Barb Hoyhtya.
6) 2006 Citizen of the Year - Barb
asked the Chamber
if photographs were taken of the Chamber
2006 Citizen of the Year to display in the City Hall.