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The Corinth City Council appointed Mr. Bob Hart as City Manager on January 5, 2017. Bill Heidemann, Mayor of the City of Corinth said, “We are very pleased to have a person of Mr. Hart’s experience joining the management staff of the City of Corinth. We look forward to his leadership in guiding the City of Corinth into the future.” Mr. Hart will officially begin February 6, 2017.
“I would also like to thank our Acting City Manager, Mrs. Lee Ann Bunselmeyer, for her leadership of the City of Corinth in this transition period and look forward to her returning to Director of Finance and Administrative Services,” added Heidemann.
The City Manager serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the City of Corinth, ensuring that the policies of the Council are implemented and the needs of the community are being served.
Mr. Hart is currently serving as City Manager of Kennedale, TX, a suburban community just southeast of Fort Worth since 2007. He previously served as City Manager for the cities of Huntsville, Georgetown, Pampa, Sweetwater, and Sundown, all in Texas. His local government experience spans 36 years.
Hart holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University and a Master of Public Administration from the University of North Texas. He is an active member of the Texas City Management Association (TCMA) and the International City/County Management Association (ICMA) through which he is a credentialed manager.
As an adjunct faculty member in the Master of Public Administration program at the University of Texas at Arlington, he teaches Strategic Planning and the capstone seminar where he leads students in completing their final applied research project prior to receiving a Master’s degree.
Hart also serves on the Accreditation Council of the American Public Works Association (APWA), the First-Tier Suburbs Council of the National League of Cities, and the Public Administration Advisory Board of the University of North Texas.