Friday, September 5, 2008

A handful of the task forces for the city of Dunwoody briefed the Governor's Commission Thursday night at Dunwoody United Methodist Church. The Finance and Administrative Task Force said contract negotiations are ongoing with services provider CH2M Hill, and that progress is being made. From what I've been told, the initial offer from CH2M Hill was well above where we expected it to be and, needless to say, not within the confines of our tight budget. The task force also stressed the importance of hiring the right city manager, who can make or break the city. In the city of Dunwoody charter, the city manager is, to a large extend, the "be-all end-all."

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