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Elizabeth Garry celebrates 100th with family

Elizabeth Garry, lifetime resident of Pleasant Hill, celebrated her 100th birthday with family, friends and staff at the Pleasant Hill Health and Rehabilitation Center, October 19, 2016. Elizabeth’s son Pat and daughter-in-law Trudy, of Pleasant Hill, were among the guests.

Pleasant Hill City Administrator Mark
Randall Announces October 31 Resignation
...The Mayor and City Council have accepted the resignation of long time City Administrator Mark Randall effective October 31, 2016. Mark began his career with the City of Pleasant Hill on December 1, 1988. Randall has led the day-to-day operations of the City for nearly 28 years. There is no doubt the high quality of life that Pleasant Hill residents are offered can be attributed to the dedication Mark has given to the City.
...In his letter to the Mayor and City Council, Mark stated, “Suffice it to say I’m very proud of everything we’ve accomplished together in spite of many challenges and limited resources. I believe all the successes we’ve shared can be attributed to a unique spirit of collaboration, teamwork and friendship rarely found in organizations like ours. I would also like to thank the people of Pleasant Hill for the friendship they have extended to my family and me through the years.”
...“No words can express my gratitude for everything Mark has done for our City. Pleasant Hill is one of the best communities in the State part due to his leadership, determination and humble attitude. As a Council, we wish him success in his next endeavors.” Mayor Hicks said.
...While there is no way to list all of Mark’s achievements throughout his tenure in Pleasant Hill, no doubt projects such as the widening of MO-Hwy 7, the placement of the Historic Downtown on the National Register of Historic Places, ongoing downtown revitalization, the continued work to bring the Rock Island (KATY) Trail to Pleasant Hill, successful efforts on a regional sewer system and the continued improvements to the infrastructure and quality of life in our community have been made possible under Mark Randall’s leadership.
... On a professional level, Mark has been recognized by the International City/County Managers Association for 30 years of service to the profession, past member of the Missouri Municipal League Board of Directors, Past President of the Missouri City/County Managers Association, Past Chairman of the Midwest Public Risk Board (formerly Mid-America Regional Insurance Trust), the 2004 recipient of the MCMA Jay T. Bell Professional Management Award and a 2014
Mid-America Regional Council Leadership Award recipient for his work not only in Pleasant Hill, but for his efforts to improve the entire Kansas City metro region.
...On Monday, October 10th, 2016, the City Council appointed Assistant City
Administrator Shelby Teufel as the Interim City Administrator effective November 1. She will fulfill the duties of the City Administrator while a search is conducted to fill the position.
...A community reception will be held in Mark’s honor on Thursday, October 27, 2016 from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm at the Pleasant Hill Memorial Building (212 Cedar Street).


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