Guymon City Manager Takes Duncan OK Job

KSCB News - July 27, 2016 4:18 am

 

After reconvening from an executive session Tuesday night, Duncan City Council voted to hire a new city manager.

Kimberly Meek, who presently serves as City Manager in Guymon, Oklahoma, will take to the position in Duncan on Aug. 29.

Meek will fill the role currently held by interim City Manager and Police Chief Danny Ford. Her base salary is $130,000 annually.

According to Meek’s LinkedIn profile, she has worked at City Manager of Guymon since December 2012. Before that, she served as Guymon’s City Clerk and Finance Director for almost a year and a half, as Director of Finance for City of Poteau and also as a staff accountant for Pioneer Communications.

Meek totes a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting and Business/Management from Oklahoma Panhandle State University.

Mayor Ritchie Dennington said selecting Meek was the best thing for the City of Duncan. He said her work ethic and her experience will prove useful in improving the city.

 

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