Friday, March 5, 2010

Interim Manager discusses goals

Interim City Manager Wayne G. "Ted" Reed met with the Daily Local News this week to discuss his goals for the city.

One of his goals is to build relationships internally and externally. He would also like to see the administration and City Council function together as a team.

On a side note, he explained how he got the nickname Ted. He said his father wanted to call him "Teddy" but his mother did not like the name Theodore. As a result, his parents decided his first name would be Wayne, after his father's best friend. And his middle initial, "G," stands for Gill, which is his mother's maiden name.

Click below to see a copy of Reed's contract.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great news for Coatesville. It seems that there is now an "Adult" back at the wheel. Mr. Reed apprears to have the judgement, common sense and will to staunch the damage wrought by years of wreckless liberal misadministration. I'll be a long climb back to the days of mayor Teti and Regnor, but it can be done.

Coatesville Expat

March 9, 2010 9:37 AM 
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ted Reed also has the support of local people. He is well respected in the area and has good conctacts. He is someone we can support!

March 12, 2010 6:28 AM 

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