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Weaver not re-appointed city manager

 

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In a 3-1 vote, Jasper City Council has expressed their intent to hire councilmembrer Jim Looney as interim city manger until a permanant replacement for Mayor John Weaver can be found.    

 

    In what could be called the beginning of the end of an era, Jasper City Council has voted their intent to separate the roles of city manager and mayor. 

The vote came during their January council meeting, where council member Jim Looney was selected to serve as interim city manager until a permanent replacement can be found. Looney was not formally appointed that night, but council said they plan to hire him next month after he tenders his resignation as a city council member. 

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Kilroy
+19 #1 Kilroy 2018-01-10 14:38
The Weaver dynasty is DONE
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Sam Tates Ghost
-1 #2 Sam Tates Ghost 2018-01-11 11:17
While I am opposed to the dual mayor/city manager role. It's important that the new faces are able to move forward, be successful and implement real improvements. Otherwise, it's just different faces. Also need to look at doing same thing at county level. No one should have "two" jobs in political leadership. You have your "visionary" then you have the practical "get it done". Can't be both. Or sa they call it in business "Segregation of Duties".
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STFU
+4 #3 STFU 2018-01-15 14:20
Quoting Sam Tates Ghost:
While I am opposed to the dual mayor/city manager role. It's important that the new faces are able to move forward, be successful and implement real improvements. Otherwise, it's just different faces. Also need to look at doing same thing at county level. No one should have "two" jobs in political leadership. You have your "visionary" then you have the practical "get it done". Can't be both. Or sa they call it in business "Segregation of Duties".


Thank you, pontificating [email protected]$tard. King of the know-it-alls.
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