- Associated Press - Friday, May 27, 2016

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The city of Scottsdale has narrowed down its search for a new city manager.

City officials said Thursday that they have settled on three finalists out of more than 50 applicants from a nationwide search.

The candidates include Scottsdale city treasurer Jeffery Nichols.

Also in the running are Jim Colson, the city manager of Topeka, Kansas, and Orlando Sanchez, the deputy city manager of Las Vegas.

Each finalist will meet with Scottsdale City Council members and city executives June 15-16 after undergoing background checks.

All three will also make a brief presentation at a special public meeting June 16.

The city did not give a deadline for when a decision would be made.



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