MASON CITY, Iowa- Mason City’s new administrator is settling in to his job and his new community.
Monday was Aaron Burnett’s second day on the job after leaving his town of Keokuk in Southeastern Iowa.
After this weekend’s rain fall and minor flooding, we asked Burnett about his experience dealing with drainage and flooding during his prior time as a city administrator.
“Infrastructure is always a primary concern for a local government,” he said. “I have a lot of familiarity with dealing with storm water issues and dealing with all sorts of infrastructure issues. I look forward to do what I can to help Mason City. There are a lot of good plans already in place. You can see construction and work happening all throughout the city.”
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