The other two were Wisconsin resident Rose Frost and Frank, who e-mailed his letter of resignation last Monday after only seven days as Loutit’s director.
“We will begin our due dilligence promptly and anticipate Mr. Martin will assume duties here on May 23,” Cotner wrote in an e-mail to the Tribune. “I think he will be a tremendous director.”
Martin, 55, who holds degrees from Grand Valley State University and the University of Michigan, will receive a similar compensation package as was given to Frank, according to Loutit Library Board President Susan Robertson.
Frank’s salary was $62,917, the top of the board’s advertised pay scale for the director post.
See today's print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune for the rest of the story.