Councilman expects city administrator to be fired

Council to discuss official's e-mail

Mayor Eric Struemph says he will call a special meeting of the Jefferson City Council to discuss an e-mail City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus sent to staff that sparked controversy about Proposition 2 and city funding.

Struemph said the special meeting would be called for noon Friday. He hopes it will be held in open session, but the City Council could vote to close the meeting.

Bryan Pope, 3rd Ward councilman and co-chairman of the Citizens for a Safer Community committee, said the meeting will be held in open session and “you can expect a motion and a second to fire (City Administrator) Nathan Nickolaus, and you can expect a vote in the affirmative.”

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