Officials to name interim Summit County manager |

Officials to name interim Summit County manager

Today the Summit County Commission expects to name an interim county manager who will serve until a new form of government in the county takes effect in 2009.

County Commissioner Bob Richer declined to reveal the interim county manager’s name at the board’s weekly meeting last week in Coalville.

But the person is currently a Summit County employee who agreed not to apply to be the permanent county manager, Richer said.

The annual salary for the new permanent executive is expected to be about $125,000.

In 2006, voters chose a county/manager form of government to replace the traditional three-member Summit County Commission, which will disband this year after the five-member County Council is chosen this fall. The first elected County Council will appoint the permanent manager.

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