Minot Finance Director Cindy Hemphill to step down in February

Published: Oct. 24, 2016 at 4:40 PM CDT
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Minot's Finance Director Cindy Hemphill has announced her resignation, effective next February.

Hemphill has worked as Minot's Finance Director for the past 10.5 years. In a letter she penned to Minot Mayor Chuck Barney Monday, Hemphill cited a desire to 'pursue other options.'

Hemphill's last day will be Feb. 3, 2017, allowing her to help her replacement, along with new City Manager Thomas Barry, transition into their new roles.

Hemphill has served as Interim City Manager since Lee Staab departed for Colorado in August.

The Finance Director position, which pays out between $96,000 and $142,600, is now posted on the city of Minot's website: