Nagel honored on his retirement

Patrick Fisher,

Elko New Market Assistant City Administrator Mark Nagel, left, receives a plaque from Mayor Joe Julius on Thursday, Dec. 16, for Nagel’s 15 years of service to the city. An open house was held for Nagel to honor him on his retirement. Nagel has had a career that has lasted 48 years. (Patrick Fisher photo)

On Thursday, Dec. 16, Elko New Market Assistant City Administrator Mark Nagel was honored upon his retirement. For Nagel this caps off 15 years with the city that began when he was interim City Administrator for Elko and then helped with the merger of Elko and New Market into one community.

“'This is actually my second retirement,” said Nagel during an open house that was before the Elko New Market City Council’s meeting. “My first was from Normandale Community College.”

At that college Nagel was a Business Professor teaching management, small business management, and a skillsbased supervision course.

“Mark had a lengthy career in public service before Elko New Market,” said City Administrator Tom Terry during the council meeting. “Mark has worn many hats.”

Nagel’s entire career has lasted 48 years, when he began as an Urban Project Aide for the City of Wilmington, DE. He graduated from...

To see more on this story pick up the January 6, 2022 print edition of The New Prague Times. 



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