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David G. Johnston

Finance Manager

Walsenburg CO 81089

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Walsenburg CO 81089

525 S. Albert Avenue

Walsenburg, Colorado,81089

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Finance Manager

City of Walsenburg


Chief Financial Officer - Chief Executive Officer Pueblo Operations

Argus Health Network


Director

Home Builders Assocation


Affiliations

Home Care Association of Colorado

Board Member


Education

Bachelor of arts

American studies

University of Notre Dame


Master of public affairs

Indiana University


Web References(55 Total References)


signaturenewspaper.com

Home News | Walsenburg Walsenburg is looking for a new Administrator after Johnston resigns
Walsenburg is looking for a new Administrator after Johnston resigns Signature 12/18/2015 News, Walsenburg By David Rinehart-(Published: December 10, 2015) Walsenburg City Administrator Dave Johnston has submitted his resignation and will work through the end of this year. "I'm going back to Pueblo to work in health care," Johnston told The Signature Newspaper on Tuesday. Johnston joined the city as Finance Director in August of 2010. "I came to work for a city that was a little bit lost and little bit jaded. Over time I hope to have helped people realize that the city is not that bad off," Johnston said. Johnston is proud of getting the accounting system into good enough order that the auditor praised the effort in the last audit. He also helped usher the Northlands Sewer Project along to the point it is almost bid. He also lists the recent City Ranch sale and working on straightening out the water rights as accomplishments during his time here. "It wasn't me alone. It takes all of us working together," Johnston added, citing council as the primary decision makers. "I believe I am leaving the city on an upward trajectory," Johnston concluded.


krtnradio.com

According to a press release issued by Walsenburg City Administrator David Johnston, police and medical personnel were called to the residence at approximately 5:30 am September 20 on a report of a one month old child who was not breathing.
"When the police and paramedics arrived on scene they continued CPR all the way to the hospital but the baby girl did not survive," Johnston said in the press release Monday afternoon.


krtnradio.com

Walsenburg City Administrator David Johnston was the only person to testify during the public hearing, questioned by municipal attorney Dan Hyatt regarding the findings of fact laid out in Resolution 2015-R-23; which was also unanimously approved in the special session.


huerfanojournal.com

City administration wants to see a formal closing with all participants involved so, in Walsenburg Administrator David Johnston's words, "the city would be a landlord for about 20 minutes.
Walsenburg City Administrator David Johnston said on Monday, April 21, city water crews will continue to flush fire hydrants this week, causing some turbidity in the water delivered through the city's system. "It is the intention of the employees to work systematically through the town in an effort to minimize the turbidity-affected areas on any given day," Johnston said in his weekly memo to city council members and staff. "Residents may notice a cloudy appearance to the water that should clear in a short time. To reduce the amount of the turbidity experiences, the city will be flushing only a few hydrants at a time," Johnston said. The water received in homes and businesses will be safe to drink and use normally, but may look different than usual, he wrote in the weekly memorandum. Other hydrants will be flushed at later dates as time permits. Johnston said between 8 and 10


huerfanojournal.com

According to Walsenburg Administrator David Johnston, the defendants were served with notice of the lawsuit on Friday, June 13, 2014.
City officials have made no formal comment on the lawsuit, Johnston said with the late service, the city's insurance provider's attorneys had not read the lawsuit as of Monday, June 16.


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