This is a reminder to citizens of Cedar Springs that the Cedar Springs City Council will be holding interviews on Monday, May 9, to select a candidate to replace former City Manager Thad Taylor. These interviews are open to the public and will be held at Cedar Springs City Hall.
They will interview five candidates starting at 9 a.m., with their last interview scheduled for 3:30 p.m. After the last interview, they will break for dinner, then come back and narrow it down to their top candidate that evening.
The following individuals were chosen from a pool of 45 candidates:
9:00 a.m. Steven Buter, Budget & Management Analyst for the City of Greensboro, NC
10:30 a.m. Andrew Potter, Downtown Development Authority Executive Director/Main Street Manager, Holly MI
12:30 p.m. Kurt Perron, Veterans Service Community Coordinator, Altatum Institute, Ann Arbor, MI, self-employed contract investigator for MSM Security Services LLC, San Antonio, TX and former Village Manager of Baraga, MI
2:00 p.m. Michael Burns, Assistant City Manager, Fenton, MI
3:30 p.m. Richard Marsh, Jr., former City Manager, Inkster, MI
The Michigan Municipal League has been conducting the City Manager search. Clerk Linda Christensen has been doing double duty as both the City Clerk and City Manager since Taylor left last November for a job in Manistee.