Suffolk names new city manager
Albert Moor had served as interim city manager since September
Suffolk City Council unanimously agreed to hire Albert Moor as city manager during its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday.
Council members appointed Moor to serve as interim city manager in September, following the resignation of Patrick Roberts, who held the post since 2015. Roberts had previously served as deputy city manager and assistant director in the department of planning and community development for the city of Suffolk.
With more than 37 years in local government, Moor previously worked as interim deputy city manager and director of public utilities for Suffolk. He earned a bachelor’s degree in engineering technology from Old Dominion University.
Moor’s annual salary as city manager will be $200,000.