ROCKLAND, Maine — The City Council has further narrowed its list of potential city managers to two.
Rockland Mayor Brian Harden said Feb. 2 that the City Council will hold second interviews with the pair of finalists. Harden said he also has asked Eaton Peabody Consulting Group to contact the two candidates for permission to release their names publicly.
Seven of 34 applicants had been selected for interviews that were conducted this week.
The council began the search after Rosemary Kulow resigned in October to become town manager in Poland.