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Monday, February 4, 2008

Bettis In, Stanley Out

The Cultural Resources Office of the City of St. Louis hired Robert J. Bettis to the newly-created Preservation Planner position. Most recently working for the Commercial Development Department of the St. Louis Development Corporation, Bob worked for several years as the Certified Local Government Coordinator for the Kansas State Historic Preservation Office. I'm gratified to see Bob's experience and talent matched with CRO. Bob joins an office of experienced -- and overworked -- professionals comprised of Director Kathleen Shea, Preservation Administrator Jan Cameron, Preservation Planner Andrea Gagen and Administrative Assistant Adonna Buford. CRO once had additional full-time positions, but lost them during downsizing in 2002. It's great to have CRO regain its capacity.

Meanwhile at 1015 Locust, Planning and Urban Design Director Rollin Stanley celebrated his last day on January 31. Stanley is off to head planning operations for Montgomery County, Maryland. No word yet on when Planning and Urban Design will begin the search for Rollin's replacement. The agency actively seeks a Community Development Research Analyst, though.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The planning and urban design director position sounds more interesting than the community development analyst position!