Woodstock appoints interim town manager

WOODSTOCK – The Woodstock Town Council on Tuesday appointed Angela Clem as interim town manager.

Clem, the current assistant town manager, will remain in that position until a new manager is named.

Reid Wodicka, who has been Woodstock’s town manager for three years, will continue to work until July 31. He has accepted a position in Bedford County as assistant county administrator.

At Tuesday night’s meeting, Wodicka expressed his appreciation for his time spent as town manager.

“It’s been a wonderful experience and I think that we’ve accomplished a lot together,” he said. “It’s a very bittersweet moment for me. I’m excited about the new challenges that are coming my way and new opportunities, but it is also very difficult leaving such a wonderful group.”

The deadline to apply for the position is Friday.

Also at the meeting, Wodicka gave an update on a capital improvement project to replace about 700 feet of a water main on South Water Street that will take approximately six weeks to complete, following the discovery of leaks.

Contact staff writer Kaley Toy at 540-465-5137 ext. 176, or ktoy@nvdaily.com

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