The Sarasota County Commission voted unanimously today during a public board meeting to name Thomas Harmer as Sarasota County administrator.
Harmer, who has been serving as interim county administrator since October 2013 will be paid $190,000 annually under terms of the contract approved today.
Harmer, who has been serving as the Sarasota County interim county administrator since October 2013, is now the county's administrator following the board's unanimous vote and contract approval today.
"I am honored that the county commissioners have placed their trust in me to maintain Sarasota County's reputation as an excellent service provider," Harmer said in a statement. "Managing the day-to-day business of the county and responding to citizens in a timely manner are some of the most important things we, as government employees, can do."
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