Beaver Dam DPW Supervisor Resigns After One Year On The Job

9/19/17 – After less than one year on the job the city of Beaver Dam’s new Public Works Supervisor has resigned. Kris Quandt started in the positon on October 31 and his last day on the job will be September 29. In his resignation letter, Quandt said he received an opportunity that he could not decline. The position, which paid $72-thousand per year, was created when the last Director of Facilities left the post in early 2016 and his responsibilities were restructured. City Engineering Coordinator Ritchie Piltz assumed a portion of the director’s responsibilities while most of the remaining tasks were assigned to the new Public Works Supervisor position.