Three town manager candidates, selected from about 300 resumes received in a search after Greg Dunham resigned from the job, will face Manalapan commissioners at a March 22 interview. Commissioners set a salary range of $80,000 to $120,000, but agreed that they could stretch higher or lower depending on the experience of the candidate when they finally make an offer.
Each candidate will be interviewed separately by the panel during a special meeting that begins at 9:30 a.m., followed by a group lunch. Each commissioner will submit evaluations of the candidates and the results will be assembled at the commissioners’ regular meeting March 23.
The candidates are: Michael W. Alvis of Roanoke, Va., a vice president of ITT Corp., Anthony G. Otte of Lake Wales, former city manager for Lakes Wales; Ronald W. Stock of Lamar, Colo., city administrator of Lamar and a former Leesburg city manager.
— Margie Plunkett