Derry council preparing to name new town administrator
The meeting is scheduled to begin at 7:30 p.m. in the third floor meeting room of the Municipal Center.
Both finalists appeared June 19 for a public forum at the Municipal Center. During the forum, they presented their qualifications and fielded questions from the public on topics including unions and economic development.
Brown told the audience he doesn’t have all of the answers but does understand government processes and how to work with people, organizations and to make changes. He said his primary mission is to try and improve a town’s quality of service.
Eldridge said his management style is inclusive and he strives to provide as much information as possible. He said he has worked with councils in the past that have had extremely different ideas.
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