SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. - (KNEP) - Scottsbluff City Council will ask former city manager to help as they look for Nathan Johnson’s replacement.
Current City Manager Nathan Johnson is leaving after nearly four full years at the position (Source KNEP)
The city council approved a vote Thursday to allow Nathan Johnson to present a three-month contract to former city manager Rick Kuckkahn. Johnson will leave his post in March to pursue a similar position in Dillon, Colorado.
The city will begin looking for a permanent replacement immediately. Kuckkahn was city manager for 18 years before retiring in 2016 where Johnson took over.