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October 10, 2007

Albany - A new, full-time director will soon lead Albany Tomorrow into the future.

On Wednesday, board members voted to offer the job to Kenneth Weaver of Tennessee. For the past 10 months, Greg McCormack has served as interim director. He says in that time, he focused on mending relationships between ATI and local governments. "I think the relationship with the city and county is on firm footing now. I think ATI has a bright future, our projects are going along on schedule, I'm pretty excited about that," said McCormack.

Weaver has not officially accepted the position. He must pass all background and drug screenings. He is expected to begin within the next couple of months. McCormack will stay on through the transition.

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