(QUINCY) – For the second time this week, the Village of Quincy has reached out to a person about being their new Village Manager.
Village officials say the Quincy Village Council held a special meeting Friday afternoon and agreed to make a conditional offer to Brittany Butler to be the Village Manager.
The Council also asked the Michigan Municipal League, who has been helping them in their search, to complete a background check and to also conduct a more in depth review of her references.
The Council then asked Village Council President Karen Hargreave and the Village Attorney to start a discussion with Butler about an employment agreement.
Earlier this week, the Council interviewed Butler, Michael Sinnet, Joe Frey, James Toth, and Alec Legg for the Village Manager's position. Following the interviews, the Council offered the position to Sinnet of Crawfordsville, Indiana, but he declined the job.
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