City Of Ann Arbor To Host Virtual Meet And Greets With City Administrator Candidates
The City of Ann Arbor will host virtual meetings to allow members of the public to meet the three candidates being considered for the city administrator job.
Residents can register to participate in Zoom meetings to meet the candidates. The first meeting will take place September 3rd with Cara Pavlicek, the village manager of Oak Park, Illinois. Meetings will then be held on September 4th and 8th with the other two candidates. Ann Arbor City Council Member Kathy Griswold from the second ward says, next week, the city will post individual videos on its website of each candidate.
Council Member Kathy Griswold: It’s a presentation of their plan, first 90 days as an administrator.
Joyce Parker, Michigan’s Deputy State Treasurer, who was in the running for the job, decided to withdraw her consideration for the position. For information on how to register to participate in the virtual meet and greet meetings, and for a schedule of those meetings, click here.
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