James Dinley offered administrator's contract

SITKA, ALASKA The Sitka assembly has chosen a candidate with a long past to lead the community into the future. James Dinley, most recently the administrator of Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, was one of a pair of administrator finalists interviewed in a public meeting over several hours last Friday (1-25-08).
Here's how Sitka's “administrator-elect” handled himself during the interview, and what the assembly expects from the job.
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