Vail town manager a finalist for CU job
VAIL, Colorado ” Vail’s town manager is one of two finalists for an administrative post at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Stan Zemler, who has been town manager since 2003, is a candidate for the position of vice chancellor of administration and will visit the campus this week, the university said in a press release.
Zemler has served as town manager as Vail has gone through billions of dollars of redevelopment. Vail has a budget of $50 million and a staff of 250 workers.
He previously served as president and CEO of the Boulder Chamber of Commerce. Before that, he was acting city manager and deputy city manager for the city of Boulder. He has a bachelor’s degree from CU-Boulder.
The other finalist is Frank Bruno, Boulder’s city manager.
The vice chancellor of administration oversees the “physical, human resource and public safety infrastructure” of the Boulder campus, according to the university.
Staff Writer Edward Stoner can be reached at 748-2929 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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