City begins leadership transition


Robert Hyatt, right, officially swore the oath of office Tuesday as the City of Clinton’s interim city manager. The oath was administered by Mayor Lew Starling. A floating reception was held Wednesday for outgoing manager Shawn Purvis, who is departing for the assistant town manager position in Apex. Hyatt retired from local government in December 2015 after 34 years of service, serving as town manager of Wallace and Clayton, assistant manager of Brunswick County and 16 years as manager of Davidson County. Hyatt will be the city’s manager on a temporary basis as the Council works to fill the position permanently. Purvis was a part of city administrative staff for the past nine years, serving as city manager the last four.


Robert Hyatt, right, officially swore the oath of office Tuesday as the City of Clinton’s interim city manager. The oath was administered by Mayor Lew Starling. A floating reception was held Wednesday for outgoing manager Shawn Purvis, who is departing for the assistant town manager position in Apex. Hyatt retired from local government in December 2015 after 34 years of service, serving as town manager of Wallace and Clayton, assistant manager of Brunswick County and 16 years as manager of Davidson County. Hyatt will be the city’s manager on a temporary basis as the Council works to fill the position permanently. Purvis was a part of city administrative staff for the past nine years, serving as city manager the last four.

Robert Hyatt, right, officially swore the oath of office Tuesday as the City of Clinton’s interim city manager. The oath was administered by Mayor Lew Starling. A floating reception was held Wednesday for outgoing manager Shawn Purvis, who is departing for the assistant town manager position in Apex. Hyatt retired from local government in December 2015 after 34 years of service, serving as town manager of Wallace and Clayton, assistant manager of Brunswick County and 16 years as manager of Davidson County. Hyatt will be the city’s manager on a temporary basis as the Council works to fill the position permanently. Purvis was a part of city administrative staff for the past nine years, serving as city manager the last four.
http://clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_hyatt-oath.jpgRobert Hyatt, right, officially swore the oath of office Tuesday as the City of Clinton’s interim city manager. The oath was administered by Mayor Lew Starling. A floating reception was held Wednesday for outgoing manager Shawn Purvis, who is departing for the assistant town manager position in Apex. Hyatt retired from local government in December 2015 after 34 years of service, serving as town manager of Wallace and Clayton, assistant manager of Brunswick County and 16 years as manager of Davidson County. Hyatt will be the city’s manager on a temporary basis as the Council works to fill the position permanently. Purvis was a part of city administrative staff for the past nine years, serving as city manager the last four.
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