College Station hires help to assist with city manager's workload
COLLEGE STATION, Tx (KYLE) — In the weeks following the sudden and tragic death of College Station city manager, Frank Simpson, the city has brought in temporary assistance to help handle the workload.
Interim city manager, Kathy Merrill, has hired James Hogan to manage the areas of planning and development services, public works and the electric and water utilities.
Hogan, who is a retired former assistant and deputy city manager for the city of Plano, is expected to serve through the remainder of the current fiscal year.
The council is currently searching for a new permanent city manager but a timetable hasn't been set.