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City Council Invites Community to Meet City Manager Candidates at Open House

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Greeley City Council invites the community to meet the three finalists under consideration to become Greeley’s next city manager.

Residents and community members can attend a special open house from 6 to 7:30 p.m., Nov. 17, at City Council Chambers, in City Center South, 1001 11th Ave.

A firm specializing in executive-level government recruiting searches brought a pool of 33 candidates to city council for consideration. From there, councilmembers narrowed the search down to 10 semi-finalists and then eventually three finalists for the council-appointed position responsible for directing city administration.

 “Greeley’s city manager plays such a vital role in implementing the city’s vision and moving the community forward,” said Mayor John Gates. “We want the community to have a chance to meet these candidates as a part of this critically important process.”

Finalists
At the meet and greet open house, community members can learn more about and talk with:

  • Alexa M. Barton
    • Former City Manager—Belton, Missouri
    • Master of Public Affairs, The Hauptmann School of Public Affairs at Park University
  • Raymond C. Lee III
    • Interim City Manager—Greeley, Colorado
    • Master of Public Administration, University of Kansas
  • Scot H. Rigby
    • Assistant City Manager—Wichita, Kansas
    • Master of Public Administration, Arizona State University

Release Date:
Nov 5, 2021

For more information, media representatives should contact:

James Redmond, public information officer
970-350-9790
james.redmond@greeleygov.com

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