By Steve Reed
Less than two months after her April 1 retirement, Selma Planning and Economic Director Julie Maybee returned to the town staff as part-time interim planning and economic development director. She also is working part-time for the Town of Kenly as a planning and economic consultant.
Town Manager Elton Daniels said her return to Selma was effective Monday, May 14.
“Julie is not working fulltime. She is working on an as-needed basis, averaging about 20 hours a week,” said Daniels. “She will staff all relevant committees including historical properties committee and the planning board. She will attend council meetings as needed.
Daniels said Maybee is being paid $42 per hour.
“Both the economic director and planner positions are now vacant, thus there is no need to budget any more money. We will just use the funds remaining in the Planning Department for salaries we are not incurring any more cost,” said Daniels.
At Kenly, Maybee is working on special projects as needed.
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