Commentary: Delays have consequences

In the past four months, the Keizer City Council has worked to fill three vacancies of paramount importance in the community of Keizer.

The first vacancy is Keizer’s next permanent city manager. It’s been eight months since Chris Eppley resigned from the position on April 1 and interim City Manager Wes Hare has served in the position since July.

An initial timeline by the Greg Prothman Company, the agency contracted to . . .

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