DAYTON -- Dayton Chamber of Commerce hopes to have a new director on the job by Feb. 1. A day after the first advertisements for the position appeared, six resumes had been submitted, Chamber board President Bette Lou Crothers said Monday.
The search for a new director began after Lisa Ronnberg, who has headed the Chamber since July 2007, turned in her resignation effective Jan. 1. Ronnberg resigned to accept a position as business manager for the Columbia County Public Works department.
Chamber office assistant Amber Phinney will manage the office until a new director is on board. During this time, office hours will be 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.