Moline City Administrator leaving position “effective immediately”

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MOLINE, Illinois- City Administrator Doug Maxeiner announced he will be leaving the employment of the city effective immediately.

On Tuesday, January 22, City Administrator Doug Maxeiner announced that he was resigning.

According to the city, the decision was mutually agreed upon by the Moline City Council and Maxeiner.

Maxeiner was appointed as Moline’s City Administrator in May of 2017. Before working in  Moline, he worked as the village administrator in Wauconda, Illinois.

The mayor announced that Moline Public Works Director J.D. Schulte will serve as the Interim City Administrator until a new administrator is hired.

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