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PHOENIX CITY MANAGER
2 internal candidates among 4 finalists for Phoenix city manager job; Others from Calif, Ohio

Reported by: Associated Press
Reported: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 5:01 AM EST
PHOENIX


The search for Phoenix's next city manager is down to four finalists.

City officials announced Tuesday that deputy city manager Rick Naimark and acting city manager Ed Zuercher are two of the finalists.

The other two are former Cincinnati city manager Milton Dohoney Jr. and Oakland city administrator Deanna Santana.

Final interviews for the job will be on Feb. 19.

Zuercher is a 20-year city employee and has been acting manager since David Cavazos left the job last October.

Naimark has worked for Phoenix for 26 years. He previously was an executive assistant to the city manager and the City Council.










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