Duffy out of the running for Hartland administrator
City of Oconomowoc's Director of Economic Development Bob Duffy announced Tuesday that he is no longer in the mix of candidates for Village of Hartland administrator.
Longtime Village Administrator Wally Thiel announced this year that he will retire. Last week, it was reported that Duffy was one of five candidates being considered for the post.
Duffy said that a local businessperson encouraged him to apply for the job; he has been with the city since 2001.
In a phone message left Tuesday, Duffy said he is no longer pursuing the position because he wants to continue work on city projects that he has been instrumental on since their start. Those could include the construction of the new community center and a potential new mixed-used development across from the rec center site that the city is currently in private negotiations on.
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