New interim city manager has track record of tackling problems
By Cheri Harris
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 at 11:00 pm (Updated: September 25, 11:05 pm)
Some people see an organization’s crisis as something from which to flee. Not Dorothy Inman-Johnson. Hearing about the city of Midway’s turmoil and the city manager’s resignation made her want to roll up her sleeves and start solving problems.
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