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Council Hires Brower, Helps Cats

Feral Cat Program Gets $2,800 In Keno Cash

When the Kimball City Council meeting was all said and done Oct. 19, a year and a half after former city administrator Dan Dean retired, the City of Kimball had a new city administrator, Annette Brower.

Brower's city employment began in March 2018, as city treasurer and deputy clerk. Then, in January 2021, she began doing both city clerk/city treasurer duties, rounding out her experience in Kimball city government. From May 2020 to January 2021, Brower served as interim City Utilities Administrator, and now she is the Kimball city administrator. Her initial salary is $105,000 annually.