City council seeks new city administrator

By: Halie Woody
Grand Ledge Gazette staff writer

GRAND LEDGE- The city council met Monday night with the Michigan Municipal League to discuss recruitment options for a new city administrator.  

After serving as city administrator for 15 years, Jon Bayless has announced his retirement. With Bayless, leaving the search for his replacement has begun.  

The lead executive recruiter, Kathie Grinzinger, gave an in depth presentation as to how the recruiting process will go if the council chooses to hire the MML to find a replacement.  

“Choosing an administrator is one of the most important things you can do during your time on city council,” said Grinzinger.