Eagle manager returns from suspension, awaits discussion of evaluation
EAGLE — Eagle Town Manager John Schneiger returned to work on Monday after an Eagle Town Board-imposed two-week suspension.
The Eagle Town Board placed Schneiger on leave, with pay, beginning on May 1. During that two-week period, an independent, outside consultant conducted his one-year performance review. The review included interviews with staff and board members.
Grateful for opportunity
“We have received the evaluation results, and we will discuss the manager’s evaluation at our next regular meeting,” Eagle Mayor Anne McKibbin said.
The town board’s next meeting will be on Tuesday.
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When contacted this week, Schneiger said he was grateful for the opportunity but declined comment regarding the matter.