City manager replacement project coming along very well. New city hall staff leadership could be in place before Christmas.

By Staff

BURLINGTON, ON November 8, 2100  – The process of hiring a new city manager is coming along very well.  All of the candidates have been seen and interviewed by the complete Council and they now move to the assessment of the candidates.

That process will not take all that much time- so the city just might be able to decide on their choice before the middle of November and make an offer soon after.

General Manager Scott Stewart finished his two month stint as Acting City Manager and is being replaced by General Manager Kim Phillips who will fill the role for the balance of the year.

So far all members of city council have been able to attend every interviewing session and by now all probably have the protocol that sets out what the job of city manager is and what the expectations and deliverables are committed to memory.



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