For immediate release - June 8, 2005
TAVARES — With a unanimous vote at its Tuesday meeting, the Lake County Board of County Commissioners permanently appointed Cindy Hall as County Manager.
All five County Commissioners participated in the discussion about Hall’s County Manager contract. Commissioner Debbie Stivender teleconferenced into the meeting to suggest that the proposed manager salary needed to be more equitable to surrounding counties.
Cindy Hall, County Manager
Hall was appointed by the Board as interim County Manager on April 12 after the former manager resigned from his post.
“I look forward to working with the Board and staff,” Hall said, “and I am delighted to pledge my support and enthusiasm to this job.”
Hall joined Lake County as Assistant County Manager in May 2003. She has more than 19 years experience in the fields of budget, legislative, revenue and statistical analysis, debt issuance, and special district management. She is a frequent speaker for these topics at state and local finance seminars and conferences as well as a published author in revenue analysis techniques. Her employment history includes several local governments in the Central Florida area, including eight years as Fiscal Services Director for Seminole County.
Hall holds a bachelor’s degree in language from Denison University in Ohio and a master’s degree in Applied Economics from the University of Central Florida. She is an experienced instructor having taught English as a second language for several years and economics and public administration at the graduate and undergraduate levels. She now devotes her free time to her grown children and their families as well as home projects.
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