Templeton services district to review applications for interim general manager

tstrickland@thetribunenews.comJanuary 21, 2013 

The Templeton Community Services District’s board of directors plans to review applications it has received this month from people seeking to serve as the community's interim general manager.

A new leader is needed after former general manager Jeff Hodge unexpectedly resigned Dec. 18 — the same day the new board was seated.

His resignation was effective Jan. 6.

The interim position is expected to last three to six months until a permanent general manager is hired, according to the district.

The position pays $50 to $60 per hour, depending on qualifications, for 40 hours per week. There will be no benefits paid.

The decision to seek an interim general manager came late last month at a special meeting by the board.

An ad hoc committee is now reviewing the applications and preparing a list of candidates the board can review Wednesday, according to the district. Specifics on the applicants weren’t immediately available.

The board then plans to interview its top applicants on Feb. 2 and select the finalist on Feb. 5.

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