Pogge-Weaver to become Johnston’s city administrator
BUSINESS RECORD STAFF Oct 3, 2022 | 7:34 pm
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Michel Pogge-Weaver, who has 22 years of experience in local government and community development, has been hired as Johnston’s city administrator, the city announced. Pogge-Weaver replaces Jim Sanders, who recently retired after serving as Johnston’s city administrator for 25 years. The city received 30 applications for the position. Pogge-Weaver has been Carroll’s city manager since 2016. Before that, he was county administrator for Swift County, Minn., city planner in Stillwater, Minn., and Ankeny. Pogge-Weaver has a Bachelor of Science in community and regional planning and political science from Iowa State University and a Master of Arts in public administration from Hamline University. Pogge-Weaver, who will be paid $175,000 annually, begins his new job on Nov. 14.