July 23, 2024

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Departed financial staff members return to Tuscaloosa City Hall

Tuscaloosa City Hall

Just after a summer time of upheaval, the economic course of the town of Tuscaloosa appears to be righted.

City officers have announced the return of three former employees in the Department of Accounting and Finance, restoring several years of expertise to previously unfilled positions.

Monday will be the formal restart day for Becky Scheeff, the city’s former director of budgets and strategic organizing who is returning to the city in a new role as the deputy main economic officer.

“We’re incredibly, incredibly excited to have her again,” claimed not long ago-appointed city Main Economic Officer Carly Standridge. “There’s no person far better for the placement than she is.”

Monday also will mark the return of Holly Esler, who is returning from the University of Alabama to do the job for the town as a senior accountant.