Darlington City Council chooses Taylor as Interim City Manager

The Darlington City Council has unanimously appointed Bill Taylor as Interim City Manager, a role he will hold until a permanent candidate is selected. Taylor’s extensive experience includes serving as Town Administrator in Cheraw, Jefferson, Chesterfield, and Turbeville, as well as holding the position of Assistant City Manager in Lancaster. Additionally, he has contributed to the field as a Field Services Manager at the Municipal Association of South Carolina.
“He has a multitude of experience and will work 3 days a week,” Darlington Mayor Curtis Boyd said, “In the meantime, we will be taking applications for full-time City Manager. ” Boyd continued, “We really hate to see John (Payne) go. We thank him for all that he’s done for the City of Darlington and wish him the best in all his endeavors.”
Taylor’s educational background is noteworthy, with a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the University of Georgia and studies in Political Science at Clemson University. He resides in Florence with his wife, Mindy Higgs Taylor.

Author: Stephan Drew

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