SEQUIM: City manager job offered to Oregon man


SEQUIM — Former Milton-Freewater, Ore., City Manager Bill Elliott will be hired to fill Sequim’s top administrative post.

The City Council confirmed Monday night that Elliott is its top choice to replace Interim City Manager Stan McNutt.

A formal vote on Elliott’s hiring and contract is planned for Wednesday morning during the council’s study session in its chambers at the Sequim Community Center, 190 W. Cedar St. The session begins at 9 a.m.

“Bill was the unanimous choice of the council,” Mayor Bill Thomas said. “All of the candidates were outstanding individuals and all three were highly qualified.”

If approval comes as expected Wednesday, Elliott plans to begin work May 30.

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