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Posted on: May 6, 2022

Scott Rogers Named Assistant County Manager

Nashville, NC – Scott Rogers, who currently serves as the director of Nash County Emergency Services, has been promoted to assistant county manager. County Manager Stacie Shatzer announced the news at a joint meeting between County Commissioners, Nash County Public Schools, and Nash Community College. "Scott is a valuable member of our management team and will be an asset to administration," Shatzer said. "I look forward to working with him, and I'm excited about the knowledge and skills he brings to the county manager's office."

The assistant manager position has been vacant since Shatzer left the role after being promoted to county manager on December 15, 2021. Rogers was named interim assistant county manager on April 1, 2022. "I am very excited to serve the citizens and employees of Nash County in this new role," Rogers said. "As a lifelong resident of the county, this is a tremendous honor, and I'm grateful for the opportunity."

Rogers began working for Nash County in 1991 as a fire prevention specialist, advancing to the role of deputy director of emergency services by 2014. In October of 2021, the Nash County Board of Commissioners unanimously voted to appoint Rogers as the director of emergency service following the retirement of former director Brian Brantley. As director, Rogers supervised the emergency management/fire marshal's office, EMS, and 911 communications divisions of Nash County. Rogers will officially begin his new role as assistant county manager on May 15.

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