Mohave supervisors to discuss interim county manager

By Jim Seckler

Mohave Valley Daily News

KINGMAN — The county supervisors will discuss appointing a new interim Mohave County manager in January.

The board meets at 9:30 a.m. Monday in the board of supervisors auditorium at the county administration building, 700 W. Beale Street, Kingman.

County Manager Ron Walker, who took over as county manager in May 2001, previously announced he will step down in December. Walker’s current salary is $170,788.

The board of supervisors will discuss appointing an interim county manager to replace Walker until the new five-member board of supervisors takes office in January. The new board is expected to hire its own county manager. One option is to appoint an interim county manager from one of the four deputy county managers, possibly for six months.

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