Manhattan City Manager Ron Fehr has announced that Dennis Marstall has been named Assistant City Manhattan. Marstall, a 1987 Manhattan High School graduate, was selected from a group of four finalists. He plans to begin work January 25th.
Marstall will be responsible for assisting with the day-to-day management of City operations including supervision of staff and administrative policy development, working with the city manager and deputy city manager on various projects and redevelopment activities, serving as the city manager’s designated representative to the Riley County Law Board, staff liaison to the City-University Special Projects Fund Committee and coordinating state legislative activities.
Marstall holds a Bachelor of Arts in political science from Kansas State University, and a Master of Public Administration degree from the University of Louisville. His professional experience includes 14 years with the City of Charlotte, north Carolina, most of which was focused on assisting the mayor and city manager’s offices.
Most recently Marstall worked in the non-profit sector. For the last five years, he has served as Vice President of Community Investment and Impact for the United Way of the Central Carolinas.