Rochester, MN (KROC AM News) - The Rochester City Council is scheduled to discuss the recommended finalists for a new city administrator during its committee meeting Wednesday afternoon.

The city has been searching for a new administrator since Steve Kvenvold announced last year he would retire at the end of May, ending a nearly 40-year career as the top non-elected official in city government. Three finalists have been selected for possible interviews.

The council may also start the process to seek proposals for a possible housing or office complex that would be constructed on top of the new parking ramp being built in the downtown.

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