City of Kimball, in partnership with search firm Baker Tilly, has announced the two finalists selected for interviews as the search for the next City Administrator continues.
The finalists, Annette Brower and Patrick Davidson will be interviewed by the Mayor and City Council on Saturday, Oct. 16 at the Kimball Transit Center.
Annette Brower currently serves as City Clerk/City Treasurer for Kimball and has previously served as the Interim City Utilities Administrator. Prior to working with the City of Kimball, Ms. Brower worked for Kimball County, the State of Nebraska DMV Kimball, Fort Collins Police Department and Ventura County Sheriff’s Department. Ms. Brower received her degree in Accounting from Western Nebraska Community College.
Patrick Davidson worked in municipal government in Gillette, Wyoming over the past six years. During that time, he served in the roles of: Assistant City Attorney, City Attorney, Interim City Administrator, and City Administrator. Prior to working with the City of Gillette, Mr. Davidson practiced law throughout the State of Wyoming. Mr. Davidson received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Economics and Political Science from the University of Wyoming and his Juris Doctor Degree from the University of Wyoming, College of Law.
Davidson’s interview begins at 11 a.m., with Brower to follow at Noon.
The City Administrator is responsible for providing strategic leadership and direction for overall City operations, carrying out the policies and ordinances of the City Council, coordinating with the Mayor, and directing the administrative functions and operations of various City departments. It is the intent of the Mayor to have a candidate selected and approved by the end of October.