The search for a new city manager in South Haven has been narrowed down to two. Out of an initial 21 applicants, city leaders are now considering South Haven Interim City Manager Kate Hosier and Lake Isabella Village Manager Tim Wolff for the job. Hosier took the city manager post when former South Haven City Manager Brian Dissette left in July to become Berrien County Administrator. Lake Isabella is in Isabella County, Michigan. South Haven city leaders would normally host meet and greet sessions with the two candidates for residents to offer input, but due to COVID, that can’t happen this year. That’s why they’re inviting residents to submit questions to be asked during the finalist’s interviews. The deadline is this Sunday at 5 p.m. The South Haven City Council will interview the candidates on Monday.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2020/09/25/south-haven-city-manager-search-narrowed-down-to-two/