The Commerce City Council gave city manager Pete Pyrzenski the go-ahead Monday night to create the new position of “community improvement director.”
Pyrzenski gave the city council a preliminary job description for the position at the council’s work session Monday night.
The community development director is a position sought by Mayor Clark Hill. It is expected to pay from “the high 40s to the mid-50s,” Pyrzenski said, and that person will oversee the city’s Downtown Development Authority, planning and code enforcement functions.
The city manager said the new hire is “not going to compete with what we’re dealing with in the chamber, in economic development.” Instead, he said, the person selected for the job will work to maintain “consistency in the city ordinances and in annexation, from vacant buildings to marketability.”
It will take approximately 30 days to fill the position, Pyrzenski said.
For the full story, see the June 5 edition of The Commerce News.
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