Gainesville's Search for New City Attorney
With the looming retirment of longtime city attorney Marion Radson, the search for a new litigator begins.
Thursday, city commissioners approved a timeline to hire a replacement.
The timeline includes a five-month long interview and selection process.
Candidates will be shortlisted by May 17, with a final candidate selected by July 30.
Radson -- who's been with the city for 29 years -- is set to retire July 31.
He recommended a 60 to 90 day period after the final selection for a start date.
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