Fla. city's new manager accomplishes much in little time

01/2/2013 | News Herald (Panama City, Fla.)

When Marcus Collins became city manager of Callaway, Fla., less than three months ago, he faced a water-system overhaul, the former manager's dismissal, angry residents, a financial crisis and a city going through three mayors in only months. However, during his short tenure, he has helped the city avoid bankruptcy by paying off three long-term debts and setting up two more to be paid within seven years, and he has brought professionalism to City Council meetings. Collins says he will also focus on economic development.

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