CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - Former Cincinnati city manager Milton Dohoney Jr. is one of four finalists to be Phoenix's next city manager, the Associated Press reports.
In November, then Cincinnati Mayor-elect John Cranley announced Dohoney's resignation as Cincinnati's city manager.
Cranley and Dohoney disagreed on major issues such as the streetcar project and the parking lease.
The resignation was effective Dec. 1 when Cranley took office.
As part of an agreement, Dohoney was to receive one year of severance pay that totals more than $250,000.