published Tuesday, December 13th, 2011

Red Bank picks Randy Hemann for city manager

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    Randy Hemann, who has been offered the position of Red Bank City Manager position.
    Photo by The Salisbury Post

Red Bank city commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday night to offer the city manager post to Randy Hemann of Salisbury, N.C.

The packed room in Red Bank City Hall resounded with applause after commissioners made their decision, but it may be several days before the city has a final answer from Hemann, Mayor Monty Millard said.

Hemann has served 15 years as Executive Director of Downtown Salisbury, Inc., a non-profit devoted to extensive revitalization efforts and economic growth in the city of about 32,000.

Millard said he would offer the job to Hemann by phone tonight and give him several days to give an answer.

For more information, read Wednesday’s Times Free Press.

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citizen311 said...

That is GREAT news! Looks like a good decision by the commission. I hope the new city manager also makes a good decision and straightens up the city including getting rid of a police officer who is just disgruntled and only likes creating problems like bad federal lawsuits. Maybe he should just go back to sleeping through his shift.

December 14, 2011 at 12:50 a.m.
cannonball said...

I can't believe anyone would move to red bank from salisbury. Better keep a close eye on this one.

December 14, 2011 at 6:50 a.m.
ldurham said...

He just got a big raise in Salisbury. If Red Bank is going to get this guy, they're going to have to pay him way more than the $75K they allotted for the job.

December 14, 2011 at 9:32 a.m.
eastridge8 said...

I agree, cannonball...why in the world would ANYONE move to Red Bank for that job!!??? I hope he knows the "score" before he comes. He will forever be answering to the Mayor over there. But if he just got a big raise as Idurham mentioned then he'll say NOOOOOO THANK YOU.

December 14, 2011 at 2:14 p.m.
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