The search for Littleton’s new city attorney is over.
The City Council reached an agreement with Ken Fellman from the law firm of Kissinger and Fellman to provide legal services for the city. Fellman will replace former city attorney Kirsten Crawford, who resigned in February.
Council member Bruce Stahlman said he thought Kissinger and Fellman’s experience with both the public and private sector would serve the city well.
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