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Statewide residency rule means IT director stays home

2:18 PM, Jul. 6, 2013
Dean Fox
Dean Fox
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Dean Fox, Appleton's new information technology director, won't have to move after all. Nor will he collect a $20,000 relocation bonus to move just 10 miles into Appleton to abide by city code.

With a stroke of his pen, Gov. Scott Walker eliminated the contentious issue for the new hire that flared in City Hall in March. Walker loosened residency rules statewide so cities can't force non-public safety workers to live within city limits.

Fox said this week his family was happy with the rule change, which means he won't need to sell his Greenville home. ...

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