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Fulton city manager announces retirement

FULTON, Mo. (KMIZ)

Fulton city manager Bill Johnson announced his retirement after 25 years of service. His last day will be January 7, 2022.

During Johnson’s tenure, he has directed many city improvements.

In addition, he has served on various public service groups and won the J.T. Bell Award in 2014 as city manager of the year by the Missouri City/County Management Association.

Johnson has spent more than 34 years in public service, which has included serving as city manager in Marceline, Missouri and regional planner for the Mid-Iowa Development Association in Fort Dodge, Iowa.

Karl Wehmhoener

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