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Council has winnowed that list down ...
Council has winnowed that list down to two candidates, John Evans, a certified financial manager, and Tom Maggio, a city planning consultant.
The public deserves to know which council members supported Evans
, which ones supported Maggio
and which council members backed other applicants in the early voting.
Maggio, 46, is a former project manager for the Erie-Western Pennsylvania Port Authority and the Erie Redevelopment Authority and former program manager for the Rails to Trails Conservancy in Washington, D.C.
A certified city planner, he has experience with municipal budgets and public works projects, and he's also become known as a strong advocate for Erie neighborhoods.
Erie Redevelopment Authority
Tom MaggioGrant ManagerErie-Western Pennsylvania Port Authority208 East Bayfront Parkway, Suite 201Erie, PA 16507814-455-7557 ext. #226814-455-8070 (fax)
Tom Maggio, a freelance grant ...
Tom Maggio, a freelance grant and planning consultant, said he, too, plans to contact each council member to answer questions and reiterate the qualities he said he can bring to the position.
, 46, and Evans
, 64, each received three council votes in the last four of eight ballots.
Klemm said that is unlikely to happen, though, and the decision will most likely remain between Maggio
could help bring back to council some of the financial knowledge lost by Schember's resignation.
Maggio, a former project manager for the Erie-Western Pennsylvania Port Authority and the Erie Redevelopment Authority and former program manager for The Rails to Trails Conservancy in Washington, D.C., said he has 10 years of experience with municipal budgets and has managed millions of dollars related to public works projects.
He is also a certified city planner.
This is an undated contributed photo of John Evans, left, and a Nov. 2011 file photo of Tom Maggio
, right, both of Erie.