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Albany City Manager Alfred Lott finalist for Savannah job

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Alfred Lott, whose tumultuous tenure as Albany city manager is coming to a close because he is being forced to leave his job here, is a finalist for the Savannah city manager job.

Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson disclosed the finalists’ names Friday. The other candidates are Wayne Cauthen, former city manager of Kansas City, Mo.; Pat Digiovanni, deputy city manager of San Antonio, Texas; and Rochelle Small-Toney, Savannah’s interim city manager.

Lott’s tenure has been plagued with mishaps since he left his Takoma Park, Md., public work director’s post in September 2005 to become Albany’s city manager. When the Albany City Commission met with Lott last summer summer to force his resignation, Mayor Willie Adams convinced a majority of the commissioners  to allow Lott to remain on the job for nearly 13 months — until July 2011 – to give him to find another job.

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  1. Truth B Known says:

    All i can say to you all in Savannah is I hope you get the right person in there.And please do background checks.Oh never mind they already shreaded them from here.But just come to Albany,ask around.Then maybe again,he will change.Hey do you all need another Mayor also,he has his own driver?I know in any town you are gona get a few bad apples,but dang we have had a bushel of them for a while,can we trade?

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