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Stephanie Justmann hired as new City Administrator in Mayville, WI

Mayville, WI – Following a change in leadership after the April 2, 2024, Spring Election, the City of Mayville is moving forward with an effort to get back on track. On April 2, 2024, former Mayville Mayor Rob Boelk defeated one-term Mayor John Guinn. Boelk is familiar with the community having served three consecutive terms as mayor before stepping down in 2022.


On the heels of the win, Boelk and the council met in closed session this week and hired Stephanie Justmann as the new City Administrator/clerk.


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“I am extremely happy to be working for the City of Mayville,” said Justmann.

Neighbors in Washington and Dodge County are familiar with Justmann. She was a Dodge County Supervisor from 2016-2019, a clerk in the Town of Herman for 6 years, clerk in Village of Kewaskum 9 years, city clerk in West Bend four years, and most recently a purchasing agent in Dodge County.

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Justman has extensive municipal government experience particularly with elections. “I am experienced in WisVote, have a thorough understanding of absentee voting, maintaining a Municipal Code, knowledgeable in zoning and special assessment, and familiar with completing reports for the Department of Revenue and Department of Administration,” she said.

“As City Administrator I welcome the opportunity to pursue grant opportunities, economic development, negotiating development agreements and administering elections for the betterment of the City of Mayville.”

Justmann said her first plan of action is to get confidence built back for residents and stakeholders. “Then I want to make sure the Common Council is setting policy and procedures; I’ll be managing staff and keeping the communication line open.”

“My experience and knowledge and 23 years in local government will be an asset to helping get the city back on track,” she said.

Justmann is set to start in May 2024.

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