NEWPORT NEWS, Va. (WAVY) - An interim city manager will take the place of Newport News City Manager Neil Morgan upon his retirement this weekend.
Newport News City Council has named Cynthia D. Rohlf, the city's current assistant city manager, as Interim City Manager. Rohlf will begin her interim position June 1 while the council searches for someone to replace Morgan, according to Kim Lee with the City of Newport News.
"My colleagues on city Council and I have every confidence that Cindy will serve as an effective interim City Manager," said NN Mayor McKinley L. Price in a NN press release. "We are pleased that she has agreed to serve in this capacity as City Council continues the process of hiring a new city manager."
Rohlf has been in her current position with NN since 2008 and has worked in local government for more than 25 years. She also served as the assistant city manager of Suffolk.
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