Thursday, September 24, 2020
Council Agrees On Process For Evaluating City Manager

Council Agrees On Process For Evaluating City Manager

Goldsboro City Manager Tim Salmon has been on the job for over one year, and the city council now plans to evaluate his administration thus far.

At Monday evening’s city council meeting, Goldsboro Mayor Chuck Allen brought up the proposed evaluation process for the manager.

The council agreed to hold the evaluation for Salmon in closed session during the first regular meeting in October.

The city council members will be given forms that they will fill out and then bring back to discuss with the entire council at that meeting.

Salmon started as Goldsboro’s City Manager on May 1st, 2019.

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  • Stanley Brady

    Governor Cooper you are the one lying and struggling with lost wages assistance program as 10 states are already approved and North Carolina is still in application pending status You said you were for this program 10 days ago are you another lying Democrat or just incompetent if you can’t do the job get out of politics I lost my $27 an hour job due to your shutdown which I agreed with but now your procrastinating is throwing all the people who lost their jobs to the curb.#CALL ME FOR EXPLANATION

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