Williston Picks Final City Manager Candidate
Williston city leaders hoped Tuesday night that their interim city manager will stick around but not forever. In a 4 to 1 vote, the Williston City Council choose to begin final talks not with it's current interim city manager, Oel Wingo, but with another candidate Patrick Miller of Palm Coast. Councilor Michael Shoemaker said Wingo's requested 100,000 dollar salary is reason effort not to consider her. Councilor Brooks Holloway said Wingo, despite serving for the past two months, just isn't the right fit.
Councilors set a special meeting for Wednesday, July 13th at 7PM to begin negotiations with Miller. For a full report, watch the video on the right side of the page.
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