A business administrator for a Columbus church and a school guidance director emerged today as finalists for director of the Office of Crime Prevention.
Human Resources director Tom Barron identified at today's Columbus Council meeting the finalists as Bronwin Seth Brown, a business administrator for St. Luke United Methodist Church, and Tracy Fox, a guidance director at Veterans Memorial Middle School in Columbus. A third candidate was selected but dropped out of the process without any assurances of getting the job.
Mayor Jim Wetherington said he will select a candidate and recommend approval from the 10-member Columbus Council during the March 9 meeting. It will take six votes to hire a director who will earn $51,877-$78,938 per year.
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