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“I like the idea of video conference and then weed it down and do an in-person interview,” Crockett said. Councilman Danny Wyatt said he didn’t see anything wrong with giving the candidates the option to come to Crossville in person, so they could tour the area and meet in person. Shanks said, “If we do video conferencing it keeps them all on a level playing field.” Councilman J.H. Graham III made a motion to interview the top six candidates via Skype, or video conference, within the next two weeks with the understanding there would be a second interview for the top candidates in person in Crossville. Shanks supported the motion and it was unanimously approved. check thatThe top six candidates in alphabetical order for the city manager’s position are: Cary Colaianni of Eagle, ID. Prior relative experience listed as city attorney and director for city of Boise, ID. Charles “Steve” Footeof Dunwoody, GA. Currently employed as director of economic and community development. Mark K. Reeter of Bristol, TN.
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