Tuesday, March 27, 2012
With a days left, the city still does not have a replacement for its outgoing city manager. Deadline to apply to the permanent job is April 23.
Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz hoped to nominate an interim city manager during Monday's council meeting, but that did not happen. Kautz had narrowed her choice down to one, and said that she hoped to ease the transition by appointing someone before Russell Treadway departs. However, the vote was 6-0 to postpone the nomination and confirmation by council. Now, the city has a little more than a week before the current city manager's last day -- April 6. Treadway, who served in the position since 2008, will resigned to take another job in Sevierville, Tenn. Norcross-based Slavin Management Consultants have been hired to find a permanent replacement. However, city officials said that the firm would not be able to complete its search before the…
Thursday, March 22, 2012
Russell Treadway, the outgoing city manager in Snellville, will draw a $124,000 salary in Sevierville, Tenn.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
After a special called meeting last week, Snellville city leaders are backing off an immediate search for an interim city manager.
Sparks flew at a recent special called meeting to talk about who might become Snellville's interim city manager, and afterward leaders determined that they still could not get along. So for now, the search for someone to fill the outgoing city manager's post on a temporary basis is off. A search for permanent person is on. At a meeting held February 15, leaders were expected to discuss search firms. That means current City Manager Russell Treadway is likely here to stay until April, when his 60-day notice expires. Mayor Kelly Kautz previously said she was considering Snellville Police Chief Roy Whitehead for the interim post, among others candidates. She was expected to make an official nomination on Monday, but that did not happen. "It is…
Thursday, February 9, 2012
Roy Whitehead, the chief of Snellville Police Department, is under consideration to hold the interim city manager position. Officials will discuss an appointment Thursday.
Roy Whitehead is just one name being bandied about for the post of interim city manager in Snellville. And, city leaders will meet Thursday to discuss how to fill the soon-to-be vacant post. Russell Treadway, the current city manager, resigned Tuesday to take over as city administrator for an east Tennessee city. Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz wants to fill an interim post for Treadway's position as soon as possible. Asked on Wednesday if she were considering the chief of police for the post, Kautz said "yes I am." There are a couple names that she's looking at, and Whitehead is one, she added. Whitehead runs the city's largest department, with about 60 police officers on staff. He's led the department since 2004, transitioning the public …
Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Officials in an east Tennessee city will now begin the process of negotiating with Russell Treadway to take over as city administrator there. He is currently the city manager in Snellville, Ga.
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Russell Treadway, who has been city manager in Snellville since 2008, has accepted another job in Tennessee. Snellville Mayor Kelly Kautz says she wants interim city manager soon.
Updated 11:40 a.m., February 7, 2012: A statement from the mayor is added below. Snellville's city manager Russell Treadway tendered his resignation today, ending nearly four years as the city's chief staffer. Treadway is leaving to become city administrator in Sevierville, Tenn., where he previously served in the same capacity for 16 years. "It is extemely rare for a manager/administrator to get the chance to return to a community they have previously served," Treadway said in his resignation to Mayor Kelly Kautz. " I am excited and grateful for that opportunity." Treadway also said that it had been "an honor and privilege to serve" as city manager in Snellville. Hired in June 2008, Treadway added that his time has been "both challenging …
Monday, February 6, 2012
Snellville's city manager Russell Treadway is looking for a new job -- in Sevierville, Tenn.
Russell Treadway, who has been city manager in Snellville since 2008, may soon learn whether he is chosen to be the administrator in an east Tennessee city. The mayor and aldermen's board of Sevierville, Tenn., will meet today to discuss the position of city administrator, and Treadway is being considered. The meeting is at 7 p.m. Treadway, a native of east Tennessee, previously served as city manager in Elizabethton, Tenn., where he was fired in 2007, according to media reports. Before than, he also served for several years as city administrator in Sevierville, according to the The Mountain Press. Treadway interviewed for his old job back last month, and he was the only candidate asked to proceed with the process, The Mountain Press …