Wallace resigns from Killdeer City Commission

Recently elected Killdeer City Commission member Logan Wallace has resigned his position.

Wallace, who was elected to the commission in July submitted his letter of resignation to the city commission on Nov. 21.


Dawn Marquart, the Killdeer city auditor, said Wallace’s resignation was accepted by the commission at its regular meeting.

Wallace stepped down because he accepted a job with the city of Killdeer, Marquardt said. He applied for and was ultimately hired as the Assistant Director of Public Works.

Marquardt said city policy states that you can not serve on the commission if you are an employee of the city.

Wallace did not return a phone call from the Dunn County Herald seeking comment.

The commission has three options regarding Wallace’s seat, Marquardt said. The commission has the option of appointing someone to fill the position. It also may decide to have a special election for the spot. Or it could leave the position vacant until the term is up, Marquardt said.

The commission is currently made up of Chuck Muscha, Anita Mjolhus, Kevin Candrian and Carey Praus.

Muscha was elected mayor and is the president of the commission. Mjolhus is the vice president of the commission.

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