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Post Bulletin
     May 9, 2019      #23-129 PB1 0
 
Work remains as Civic Center transitions 

By Randy Petersen
rpetersen@postbulletin.com


Plans for transitioning operations and booking of Mayo Civic Center haven’t stalled efforts of existing staff.

While the Civic Center operations staff is down by four full-time employees, Executive Director Donna Drews said work continues to manage events and maintain the city building.

“We are continuing to do what we can to function as a team,” she told members of the Mayo Civic Center Commission on Wednesday, noting employees have absorbed additional workloads when possible.

By Randy Petersen
rpetersen@postbulletin.com


Plans for transitioning operations and booking of Mayo Civic Center haven’t stalled efforts of existing staff.

While the Civic Center operations staff is down by four full-time employees, Executive Director Donna Drews said work continues to manage events and maintain the city building.

“We are continuing to do what we can to function as a team,” she told members of the Mayo Civic Center Commission on Wednesday, noting employees have absorbed additional workloads when possible.

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Randy Petersen, local government reporter, covering the city of Rochester and Olmsted County, as well as Destination Medical Center efforts. He joined the Post Bulletin staff in 2014.