Dillon town manager search down to two | SummitDaily.com

Dillon town manager search down to two

NICOLE FORMOSAsummit daily newsSummit County, CO Colorado

DILLON The Town of Dillon has narrowed its search for a new town manager to two candidates from a pool of about 30 applicants.The remaining applicants are David Torgler, 47, who is currently the city administrator of Burlington, Wisc., a city of 10,800 people, and C. Devin Granbery, a UC Boulder graduate currently working as the town administrator in Silverton.Both candidates have extensive experience working in municipal governments.We have two experienced, intelligent and very interested candidates for town manager, Dillon Mayor Barbara Davis said. Each one possesses individual characteristics that could easily fit in well with our town, plus have extensive economic development backgrounds.The interview process continues on Wednesday and Thursday.On those days, town council members and town staff will have the opportunity to meet and interview the prospective candidates. The candidates have also been invited to attend the councils work session on Wednesday with the towns Planning and Zoning Commission and the Economic Revitalization Advisory Committee to discuss economic revitalization recommendations (this meeting is open to the public). A tour of Dillon along with a meeting with other Summit County managers has also been scheduled.Davis said a decision could be made as early as next week on a new town manager.The town began its search for a new leader after Jack Benson resigned in December. Benson had been at the helm of Dillon for more than four years and left because of personal reasons. He is now filling in as the countys interim director of the communications center.Further information on the candidates is available at Dillon Town Hall. Please contact, Carri McDonnell at (970) 468-2403 for additional questions or to speak with Mayor Davis.Nicole Formosa can be reached at (970) 668-4629, or at nformosa@summitdaily.com.

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