Council discusses future of longtime city engineer

Craig Bradshaw, city engineer for the city of Claremont for the past 25 years, is on administrative leave, city officials confirmed on Friday. Further details and the length of his leave have not been released.

The confirmation was made a few days after the Claremont City Council met in closed session to discuss the “potential discipline/termination” of a public employee on Tuesday. Mr. Bradshaw was hired as Claremont’s city engineer in 1994 after serving as an associate civil engineer with the city for 6 years previous. He was previously employed with Bechtel Engineering and Construction from 1982 to 1988. He received his Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Brigham Young University in 1981 before receiving a master’s degree in the same subject with an emphasis on structural mechanics the following year.

More will be published in a future edition of the COURIER as information becomes available.

—Beth Hartnett


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