ST. ALBANS — A man who stepped in as a Vermont town’s interim manager after the last one left with a paid settlement has been named full-time manager.
Gerry Myers served as interim manager of St. Albans since November. The St. Albans Messenger reports. He’s served for more than two decades in the U.S. Air Force. He’s also worked as city manager in Winooski and as commissioner for buildings and services for the state of Vermont.
The select board approved Myers as full-time at its meeting Monday.
Christine Murphy had resigned as town manager in August over a conflict with the town and accepted a settlement.
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