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NORFOLK – The city is looking for a new city manager, and they’re asking residents to help them establish the criteria.

In an open meeting this Thursday, March 23, community members can voice their opinions about the position. Starting at 7 p.m., the meeting will be held at the Academy for Discovery at Lakewood, located at 1701 Alsace Ave.

If you can’t make the meeting but would still like to help with the search, take the online survey on the city’s website on March 24.

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Amy Poulter has lived in more than a dozen cities – including New York, San Antonio, Austin, Orlando and Jersey City – but she was born right here in the Southside. Amy graduated from Old Dominion University and worked for The Virginian-Pilot and Princess Anne Independent News before joining Southside Daily. Before working as a multimedia journalist, she was a professional chef and musician. In her free time, Amy enjoys listening to music, reading, spending time at the beach and chasing her two pups around the park.