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Nicklas Proposes Major Administrative Layoffs For DeKalb

Due to the City government's operating expenses being "structurally out of balance" by $1.1 million, DeKalb City Manager, Bill Nicklas, is proposing what he...

Nicklas New DeKalb City Manager – Pending Contract Approval

On Tuesday, December 18, 2018, the City Council will hold a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. in Council Chambers. The meeting agenda will include...
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DeKalb City Council Special Meeting Friday

It appears that today's special DeKalb City Council meeting at 2:00 p.m. is NOT related to the ongoing financial misappropriation investigation and sexual harassment...
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DeKalb Investigating “Financial Irregularity”

Statement Regarding Potential Misappropriation of City Funds Last week, while performing work on the City of DeKalb’s 2019 budget, a senior-level City employee discovered a financial...
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City of DeKalb TIF Statement

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LTE: Mason applies for City Manager job

To the Editor: I, Jim Mason of Mason Properties, am publicly announcing that I am volunteering my services as city manager for at least a...

Mayor Pledges Transparency as City Manager Search Begins

At the Monday, April 9, 2018, Committee of the Whole meeting, the DeKalb City Council will begin discussing the process of searching for DeKalb’s next...

DeKalb’s City Manager Resigns

On March 23, 2018, Anne Marie Gaura provided her notice that as of March 27, 2018, she will resign her position as as City...

City discusses tax increase options with DeKalb Chamber members

The need for increased revenue is real if any of the 129 miles of streets under the taxing jurisdiction of the City of DeKalb...

DeKalb Names Anne Marie Gaura as Next City Manager

The City of DeKalb is pleased to announce that Anne Marie Gaura has been selected as its next City Manager. Gaura will begin as...

Did You Get Invited? Me Neither.

Last week I decided to email our almost-daily newspapers to let them know I've been searching them each day for news of the DeKalb...