McCuen Officially Named New City Manager
Monday, February 11, 2019 at 10:24PM

It's official, the City of Anderson has a new city manager.

As expected, David McCuen will fill the position vacated by the retirement of Linda McConnell, who will step down later this week.

McCuen has served as assistant city manager since 2015, and has accomplished a great deal in his four years, said Anderson Mayor Terence Roberts, and has been involved in a number of economic development projects - including a new downtown hotel.

“We are fortunate to have David ready to step into this critical role in the leadership of our City,” said Roberts. “He not only brings executive level experience, but he has also gained deep knowledge of our operation and our community which will position him well to guide the City forward.”

McCuen came to Anderson from Abbeville, where he served as city manager. 

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