Twin Lakes administrator moving on to new job

David Cox

David Cox, Twin Lakes village administrator for the last 12 years, is moving on to a new job as the village administrator in Hartland.

His last day in the Twin Lakes post will be July 6, according to his formal resignation letter.

The Twin Lakes Village Board decided to start the search for Cox’s replacement by placing advertisements in several state and regional trade publications. The board also authorized Cox to seek on behalf of the board proposals from several search consultants.

Trustee Thomas Connelly said the village used a consultant to help narrow the field the last time an administrator — who ultimately was Cox — was hired. After the field was narrowed, a committee of Village Board members conducted interviews of the finalists.

Trustee Kevin Fitzgerald suggested the board consider having a special meeting when the consultant quotes are in to keep the replacement process moving along.

Board members wished Cox well and praised his time with Twin Lakes.

“I think Dave’s done a wonderful job,” said village President Howard Skinner.

In his resignation letter, Cox said: “I have had the distinct pleasure of working in service to Twin Lakes for over twelve years. … I owe a great debt of gratitude to this community for entrusting me with the responsibility to lead the organization and provide sound counsel and service to Twin Lakes.”

Hartland is located in Waukesha County and has a population of about 8,000.

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