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BBB: Campbell stepping down as OS city manager

Our partners at BBB TV have learned that Oliver Springs  City Manager Becky Campbell will be stepping down at the  end of the month.

Campbell has served as the Oliver Springs city manager since November 2014 after succeeding Tina Treece.

Campbell is wrapping up 18 years with the town. Much of her tenure was spent as an administrative assistant.

The city manager is appointed by the town’s six-member Board of Aldermen, and applicants are now being sought. Advertisements state the manager “is the administrative head of the municipal government under the direction and supervision of the mayor.”

No deadline for submitting resumes has been announced by Mayor Cecil CroweThe Oliver Springs city manager oversees 38 employees in five departments and helps prepare the annual budget.

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