April 21, 2020
By David Nordby
The Brillion News
BRILLION – Longtime Brillion City Administrator Lori Gosz will retire at the end of 2020.
Her resignation became official during Tuesday night’s city council reorganizational meeting.
Her resignation letter was read by Mayor Mel Edinger then approved by council.
“The City of Brillion is truly a great place and I wish only the best for the current and future development projects and growth of the city,” Gosz’s letter read.
Gosz has worked for the city since 1999 and has been administrator since 2002.
“It has been truly an honor working for this community. I enjoy it, and I look forward to continuing to be part of this community,” Gosz told council.
Also, at Tuesday night’s meeting, T.J. Moehr was assigned to alderperson by Edinger and approved by council to fill Edinger’s former spot on council.
Betty Nies was approved as new city council president, another former role of Edinger’s before he took over for former mayor Gary Deiter.