Bossier City Mayor nominates Nottingham as city’s project coordinator

Bossier City Mayor Tommy Chandler has nominated Amanda Nottingham for the position of project coordinator for the City of Bossier.

As Project Coordinator, Nottingham will be responsible for the coordination and management of projects in Bossier City. A release by Bossier City’s office notes that “Nottingham brings valuable experience in governmental affairs as well as strong leadership skills which will enable her to effectively manage key projects in Bossier City.”

It goes on to note that Nottingham has a “wide and diverse background including experience as an educator, non-profit director, and legislative liaison.”

Nottingham will ensure all stakeholders are informed and regularly updated on each project. She will also work closely with City Council members to prioritize and provide support to projects specific to their respective districts.

“Mrs. Nottingham’s experience in state government and nonprofit leadership will bring valuable knowledge and skills that will enable her to begin working for Bossier City immediately upon confirmation by the City Council. I look forward to working with Mrs. Nottingham on behalf of the city and citizens of Bossier City,” stated Chandler.

Nottingham’s nomination for the position of Project Coordinator will be on the agenda of the Sept. 7, 20201 meeting of the Bossier City Council. The meeting will begin at 3 p.m. at the Municipal Complex located on Benton Road.

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