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City Manager Interviews Continue

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The three finalists for the job of city manager in Minot are going through their in-person interviews this week.

One will visit and answer questions on each day through Friday.

Today, Kevin Degenstein got his chance to speak.

City council members and those in the community came together to ask the Minot native what his private industry background can do for the Magic City's economic boom.

(Kevin Degenstein, Candidate) "I looked at what you were looking for. I looked at the fact that you were looking for a leader. You were looking for someone to run the city, someone who has leadership skills, experience, growing expanding, managing, organizing, and I said to myself that's a job I can do."

After all three candidates have been interviewed, the selection committee will choose one to recommend to the city council, which will decide who gets the job of city manager.

The presentations of all three candidates will be available tomorrow night on the city's YouTube channel - just go to the city's website to find a link.

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