By Nick Pedley
News Editor 

New supe of public works hired in Hartley

Curtis Conaway started training Tuesday


February 16, 2023

Another hole in Hartley's public works department has been filled.

The city council on Monday hired Curtis Conaway as the new public works superintendent. He will succeed Jaron Benz, who is leaving the post next month for a job in the private sector.

City officials interviewed three finalists for the position. Conaway's salary was set at $85,000.

"I want to try to keep things moving in the right direction, and I feel like I have a good idea of how things work and what's going on," Conaway said about his new title.

Conaway has worked for the City of Hartley for 16 years. He previously served as...

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