As Flagstaff's effort to find a new city manager continues, the search for a new deputy city manager appears to be concluding.
In a media release, the city announced it could be hosting an open house for members of the public to meet the candidates on June 6. The meet and great will go from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in the city council chambers and will provide members of the public with a time to meet the candidates and give feedback as to who should fill the position.
The City Manager’s Office received 58 applications for the position and have narrowed it to four finalists for the in-person interviews: Shannon Anderson, Andrew Bertelsen, Brooke Marshall, and Richard Tadder.
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Anderson, Bertelsen and Tadder all work for the city already as the Human Resources Director, Public Works Director and Management Services Director respectively.
One of the four candidates is expected to replace Interim Deputy City Manager Kevin Treadway who will be moving back to the position of chief of the Flagstaff Police Department. Treadway has been acting in the role of deputy city manager since February of 2018.