CCRTA Receives More Than 20 Applications for Director Position

(GantDaily Graphic)

CLEARFIELD – At Wednesday’s meeting, Nancy Micks, chairperson of the Clearfield County Recreation and Tourism Authority, announced they’ve received more than 20 applications for their executive director opening.

She said Terry Malloy, board member, was in charge of the application process as well as the review of the same with the board. She announced they would enter into an executive session for personnel to review the applications.

“I assure you no action will be taken (at the present time),” Mick said, when they adjourned the regular meeting into the closed session at 12:49 p.m.

According to a prior GantDaily report, Micks indicated Holly Komonczi had been appointed to serve as the acting director. She said it came as a result of the resignation of former executive director Sandy Fink-Barrett.

At a February meeting the CCRTA board went into an executive session for “personnel issues.” They remained in the same for approximately 35 minutes.

Afterward, board members reconvened with a motion to carry out “the recommendation as set forth.”  Board member Terry Malloy then requested a roll call vote, which received approval, 7-3.

Board members Jane Elling, Joe Kendrick, Joan Robinson-McMillen, Missy Rummel, Ray Savel, Greg Sheehan and Micks voted in favor of the motion.

Board members Wilson Fisher, Lynda McCracken and Malloy voted no. Both board members Tom Grice and Hildred Rowles were absent from the meeting.

Following the vote, Micks announced a “mandatory staff meeting” for 3:45 p.m. Feb. 18.

Barrett then related she had a previously scheduled meeting at the same time. Micks then instructed Barrett to cancel the same, as her attendance was required at their staff meeting.

Micks said they had issued a press release announcing Barrett’s resignation following the Feb. 18 staff meeting.

At the March meeting, the CCRTA board clarified the action taken on a “recommendation” a month prior in order to comply with the Sunshine Act regulations.

In doing so, Micks indicated the human resource committee was accepting an employee resignation as presented during the February meeting.

She requested the prior record be amended as a result. She further indicated they received a resignation from Barrett.

Click here to read prior coverage from the March board meeting of the CCRTA.

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