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City officials delay search for new city manager

ALBANY, GA (WALB) - Albany city officials have decided to delay their search for a city manager until November or December.

Mayor Dorothy Hubbard says staff will be working on creating a job summary, and looking for a search firm who has experience working with municipalities.

Interim city manager Tom Berry has agreed to stay as long as the city needs his services.

Hubbard says they want to take their time to make sure they find some good candidates to fill the position.

“The commission has not decided what that process will be at this point, and we have just decided to stop and take our time, and we are going to look at the process and make sure that we get a good person," says Mayor Dorothy Hubbard.

Former city manager James Taylor left suddenly last month.

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