He’s back — sort of

Randy Will returns as part-timer while vacanies are filled

Randy Will, the Webster County engineer who retired last spring, will be returning in a part-time capacity.

The Webster County Supervisors approved the hiring of Will during its meeting Tuesday morning.

Will will come back temporarily to assist Jamie Johll, Webster County engineer.

The move was needed as Ryan Weidemann, who was the assistant county engineer, submitted his resignation.

Weidemann accepted a position as the Hamilton County engineer.

“He’s (Weidemann) furthering his career,” Johll said. “He’s going to be Hamilton County engineer. Congratulations to Ryan.”

Johll said he appreciates Will’s willingness to come back on a part-time basis. Johll remains county engineer.

“We have had several openings in my department,” Johll said. “Randy was gracious enough to come back until I can get some additional staff hired.”

Will is being paid at an hourly rate of $50.


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