Sunday, January 11, 2009
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Gwinnett Daily Post
SNELLVILLE - The Evermore Community Improvement District is looking for a new economic development manager ... again.
The job posting which announced the position, listed on the quasi-governmental organization's Web site, comes just a few months after the group lured David Stedman home to the metro area away from Texas. An e-mail message from the group's executive director Brett Harrell confirmed that Stedman is no longer with the CID.
The move was effective Dec. 16.
"He's no longer employed at the Evermore CID and we are currently seeking an economic developer," Harrell wrote.
He also wouldn't comment on the nature of Stedman's dismissal just four months after his hiring.
"As an Atlanta native I maintain enough Southern manners not to discuss personnel issues in the newspapers," he wrote.
Stedman also respectfully declined to comment but did say the situation wasn't completely over.
"I'm just going to keep mum now," he said. "But there are still some things in the works."
For any interested applicants, a job description and the application information is available at the group's Web site - www.78cid.org. The posting says Harrell will be accepting applications for the position until Jan. 23.