LITCHFIELD, Mich. - City council has offered the vacant city manager's job to Don Hoyt, a business consultant and university professor. Mr. Hoyt was chosen from a group of six finalists.
He replaces Dennis Stark, who resigned in November to become city manager of Charlotte, Mich.
Mr. Hoyt, who will begin his duties in mid-May, teaches technical communications and English at Grambling State University and operates a consulting business that deals in strategic planning and economic development for local governments.
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