Jan. 2 Winona Post: Consultant to help with county planning overhaul The Winona County Board approved hiring an outside consultant to examine potential collaboration and consolidation between the Planning Department…
Tag: <span>Al Roder</span>
In today’s Omaha World-Herald:
Mayor Sue Fuchtman has called a special meeting of the City Council Thursday to consider terminating the employment of Al Roder, who was hired two years ago.
Former Northfield City Administrator Scott Neal was in the Sept. 1 Strib:
Posted to the Nfld News at 4 PM: Prosecutors give Roder immunity for Lansing testimony. Former City Administrator Al Roder will be granted immunity from prosecution for testifying against former…
The City of Northfield has been hit with a disability and gender discrimination lawsuit, filed by former Economic Development Manager Charlene Coulombe-Fiore.
Posted to the Nfld News website at 3pm today: Former employee alleges discrimination in federal suit (continued)
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David Hvistendahl has a new weekly show on KYMN Radio called Law Review. For this week’s show, he and associate attorney Britt Ackerman, discuss, among other things, legal matters involving former Northfield City Administrator Al Roder. They revealed that Roder’s former home in Northfield is now in foreclosure. And they confirmed with the Goodhue County attorney’s office that the investigation of Roder is still open. The connection? “Follow the money…” they say. For background, see these Oct. 2008 Northfield News articles: