Five Applications Submitted for North Judson Town Superintendent’s Position

North Judson Officials will be meeting next week to go over the applications submitted by Town Superintendent candidates.

The North Judson Town Superintendent’s position became available when Marshall Horstmann resigned back in January. Currently, utility department employee Randy Schwartz is acting as Interim Town Superintendent because he has the necessary credentials.

In order to find a more permanent solution, officials put the word out that they’re hiring. Clerk-Treasurer Andrew Rowe told members Monday night that they advertised the position in the newspaper for about a month. He mentioned that a total of 5 applications were submitted.  

Town officials plan to meet in an executive session at 5 p.m. on Monday, March11th to go over the submitted resumes and applications. During that meeting they’ll discuss the candidates and determine who they want to bring in for individual interviews.

The executive session is closed to the public and no official actions may be taken during it.