City administrator resigns, Morristown plans treatment plant & street upgrades

Lisa Ingebrand,


Following the city council’s decision to move forward with a major street project and a waste water treatment plant upgrade, Morristown’s City Administrator Michael Mueller resigned.

Mueller submitted his resignation during the council’s Oct. 4 meeting. His resignation was accepted. His employment with the city will end Nov. 12.

Mueller was hired by the city as a part-time administrator in July 2020 and the position soon became full-time.

“The City of Morristown is a great city to work for. I will miss my position here,” stated Mueller, who has accepted a position as Mountain Lake’s city administrator.

It is unlikely the city will hire another full-time administrator, according to Mueller, as the council is considering hiring a...

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