Carolina Beach finds its new town manager

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Submitted: Wed, 09/18/2013 - 1:16am
Updated: Wed, 09/18/2013 - 4:03am

WILMINGTON, NC ( — The Carolina Beach Town Council, at its meeting Tuesday, tapped Michael Cramer, a city manager in Michigan, as its new town manager.
Cramer, a graduate of the University of North Carolina Greensboro, was not present at the meeting. Council members instructed interim town manager Ed Parvin to extend the offer by phone, and Parvin later reported that Cramer had verbally accepted.
Cramer has a master's degree in public affairs from UNCG and spent more than 15 years working for the city of Greensboro in various departments, including finance, human resources, project and construction management, and public works, said Carolina Beach Mayor Bob Lewis.

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beach guy
2015 years 8 months ago

Was this gentleman hired through The league of municipalities?
Mr Pinkney could you all do a story about the league what it is and their purpose and the broad reach they enjoy in the state since every municipality in the state is a member. And since all the membership fees are paid with tax dollars, It would be nice for the general public to be aware of how things really work in city government. Also a little information on how they were the major lobbyist in the annexation fray of recent history would reflect their inclination towards the manipulation of ordinances passed by city government to benefit the cities and strengthen their position as well.
Beach Guy