Brighton Township Board Moves Forward in Manager Search
The Clerk's office received between 50 to 55 applications for the township manager position.
The Brighton Township Board of Trustees are on-track to hire a new township manager by this time next month.
Previous Township Manager Dan Bishop resigned in June in order to begin employment with the City of Albion.
The deadline for applications for the position was Sept. 8. The township received between 50-55 applications for the position, according to Clerk Ann Bollin.
A few of the candidates have requested to remain anonymous at this point in the process so names are not being released, Bollin said.
Board members will identify their top ten candidates to the Clerk's office, who will then proceed with scheduling interviews next week.
If everything goes as planned, Brighton Township will have a new manager by Oct. 15, according a schedule supplied by Bollin.