Massachusetts transportation exec to head economic development in Norwalk
2018-12-12 | Hour
"I think that from a transportation/operations background over the last two years, it's going to be a real skillset in being able to get things done in a collaborative way, in a way that really includes all voices at the table," Casey told the council.
As chief of economic and community development, Casey will be responsible for planning, organizing and implementing economic and community development, from conception to completion, including planning, zoning, code enforcement, business development and tourism, according to the job description posted by the city.
Her salary will be
Since April, Casey has worked as chief officer of operations policy and oversight at
"She worked on program that works with 35 of the largest
The council approved Casey's appointment on a 12-3 vote with District B Democrats
"This should have gone to committee," said Hempstead, a District D Republican. "This is a key position in the city. It should have had the light of day and discussion."
The chief of economic and community development was one of five new senior-level city positions approved by the council on
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