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Lowell City Manager retires after 24 years on the job
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Lowell City Manager retires after 24 years on the job

Lowell, Mich. (WZZM) In a little over two weeks Dave Pasquale will be officially retired as Lowell City Manager.  Pasquale's last day is June 30th.  He will be replaced by Mark Howe who is currently the Ionia County Administrator.

When asked about improvements under his tenure, Pasquale singled out the new Englehardt Library. "It was a nice addition to the community. I'm really glad I was part of it."  He also noted the many improvements downtown along the Riverwalk and Main Street with the addition of the historic district.

Pasqaule says he doesn't plan to sit still in retirement and is pursuing other opportunities.  He hopes to land an adjunct teaching position but that has not been confirmed yet.  "It's been a delight and privilege to work in Lowell and for Lowell," he said. "We've got a lot to be proud of."

A retirement dinner is planned for tomorrow night at 6:30pm at the First Baptist Church of Lowell.  Tickets are $20.00. If you are interested contact City Clerk Betty Morlock at 897-8457.

 

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