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City Manager

A council-manager form of government was established in Jonesville in 1988. The manager is the chief administrative officer for the City. The City Council hires the manager and serves as the manager's supervisor.  

The manager provides supervision of all departments and personnel. As the manager of a growing community, the manager position requires that a multitude of skills and knowledge of various aspects of public administration. Responsibilities include: economic development, downtown development, community development, public relations, financial oversight, project management, drafting policies and ordinances and serving as a City representative on various boards and commissions.

The City Manager serves as a liaison to the City Council, as well as the appointed boards and commissions of the City, including the Cemetery Committee, Downtown Development Authority (DDA), Local Development Finance Authority (LDFA), Planning Commission, and Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA).

Jeffrey M. Gray, City Manager

Administrative Assistant

The Administrative Assistant is under the direction of the City Manager. Essential functions of the job include answering telephone calls and assisting customers; providing clerical support to the City Manager, including drafting of reports, agendas, and communications; maintenance of confidential personnel files and managing benefits plans; management of files and records and processing payroll. This position also provides support in other municipal office operations, including research, project tracking, utility billing, voter rolls, and processing tax and other payments. 

Olivia A. Johnson, Administrative Assistant 


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