KINGMAN – Interim City Manager Jim Bacon is leaving his footprint on the Kingman City Council.
Bacon earned Council approval Tuesday, Dec. 19, to reorganize the manner in which meetings are structured and conducted in the future.
Bacon told council members he recognized flaws in the current process after he reviewed the first meeting he attended Dec. 5.
“As I looked at the way the agenda was constructed I noticed that we had action items mixed with information items mixed with work session items,” Bacon said. He said the pattern was repeated when he reviewed Council meetings over the previous six months.