The Inverness Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) is looking for two people to help shape the future of the county seat.
Inverness City Council members voted unanimously Tuesday to appoint Pine Street Pub and Cove owner Kemper Willcut to a two-year term on the CRA board, and announced a desire to see more applicants.
“Based on his background, we feel this individual will be a very positive addition,” City Manager Frank DiGiovanni said. “We still need additional individuals along this line.”
While the CRA gained a new member Tuesday night, it also lost two: Board members Tim Nash and Charlie Wade resigned their positions due to health and time obligations.