Personnel changes announced for City of Marco Island

— The City of Marco Island recently announced the following personnel changes:

Effective Oct. 1, 2012, the following organizational changes and personnel appointments are announced:

-- Jeff Poteet is appointed General Manager of the Water and Sewer Department, reporting to the city manager.

-- Bryan Milk is appointed director, community affairs, reporting to the city manager. Community affairs is a combination of planning and zoning, building services, environmental, special events and recreation programs. The position of Parks and Recreation Director is vacated for FY2012.

-- Mindy Matusiak is appointed manager, recreation programs reporting to Milk. Her responsibilities include Mackle Park, Veterans Community Park, Winterberry Park and the Racquet Center.

-- Debbie McCabe is appointed administrator, special events reporting to Milk.

-- Jim Hodgdon, as superintendent of parks is transferred and merged with Public Works, reporting to Tim Pinter. Hodgdon’s responsibilities are expanded to include grounds maintenance on utility properties.

-- Gretchen Baldus is appointed to director, information technology reporting to the city manager. She has responsibility for software applications, platforms, networks, broadcasting, Policy guidance city wide, and for Inter local agreements.

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GFonda writes:

I am wondering if there are any pay raises related to this realignment of the organization and personnel involved. I DO hope this is NOT being done to circumvent the "no raise" promise around which the 2012 budget was based.

happyhorowitz34145 writes:

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Marianne Herzili is actually appointed City Solliciter.
A great job for Mr. Waldi's hoe!

happy6 writes:

whatr about alex galiana?

GorgonZola writes:

Why do we have to wait 12 months for these changes to take effect? Budget?

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