...a unanimous decision by board members to submit a formal offer to Andrea Schruijer for the position of executive director.She's a former hotel marketing person, according to her LinkedIn account:
Absent from the meeting was board member Roy Copeland.
According to Steve Gupton, authority attorney, the three-year contract will include a salary of $100,000 per year. As with all its employees, the authority will pay seven percent into a retirement fund and 75 percent of health care insurance.
Schruijer, pending acceptance of the offer, will officially start employment on July 8.
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"There were actually 11 people involved with the interview process, with representatives from both the city and the county governments," said Jerry Jennett, authority chairman. "Out of five candidates, two were not from Georgia, which was probably somewhat of a handicap. It works out that the way development is done in Georgia is different than in other states; it's just different."Different as in important decisions get made in numerous special called meetings so there will be no public or video cameras?