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New economic development, DDA/Main Street manager offered Blissfield post


Posted on November 25th, by Marcia Loader in News. Comments Off on New economic development, DDA/Main Street manager offered Blissfield post

In a 6-0 vote, the Blissfield Village Council selected Tyler Dotson as the new economic development/Downtown Development Authority director/Main Street manager at the Nov. 23 council meeting.
If he accepts the position, Dotson will begin his responsibilities full-time, likely at the beginning of 2016 at an annual salary of $42,000.
Dotson, a South Haven native, holds both an undergraduate degree from The Ohio State University in political science and a masters of public administration from Western Michigan University.
He has worked with the South Haven Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and local District Finance Authority since February 2014, been involved as a director and supervisor in the Michigan Youth Wrestling Association Southwest Region and worked on a political campaign. He is also a member of the South Haven Board of Education.
For Melissa Burnor’s complete story and our big Holidays Aglow section inside, please see the Nov. 25, 2015, edition of The Advance.





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