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New City Manager Announced:
Christopher M. Price, currently the Deputy County Executive in Prince William County, Virginia, has been named Chesapeake’s new City Manager, effective November 4, 2019. Price replaces James E. Baker, who has served as City Manager since January of 2013. Baker will retire on October 31, 2019.
The City and Chesapeake Public Schools are forming a Steering Committee to provide feedback on a long-term Chesapeake Schools Facilities Master Plan, which will identify and prioritize the current and future needs of our public school facilities. The committee will include students, teachers, parents, and district, community and business leaders. If you are interested in serving, fill out the online application. The deadline is Sept. 24.
U.S. Census Workers are in town ahead of Census 2020 for address canvassing through Oct. 18. Keep an eye to www.2020census.gov/en/jobs for job openings. Learn more: 2020 Census in Chesapeake.
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