MCCOMB, Miss. (AP) — McComb officials say 47 applications have been received for chief of police.
City Administrator Quordiniah Lockley tells the Enterprise-Journal (http://bit.ly/15kc3Mc ) that a selection committee will recommend the top 10 candidates for interviews and then present three names to city leaders.
From there, Lockley will have the finalist certified by the Civil Service Commission. He will then interview the three and choose a candidate to bring to the board of selectmen for a vote.
His goal is to have a new chief selected by the end of October.
A similar process is being followed for a new fire chief.
The deadline for fire chief applications is Thursday. Lockley hopes to have the fire chief replacement for a board vote by the end of November.
Information from: Enterprise-Journal, http://www.enterprise-journal.com
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