With Kelliher out of the running, Minneapolis Park Board interviews three finalists for superintendent

Minneapolis Park Board officials interviewed the finalists for the superintendent’s job Wednesday night; there were only three, now that former Speaker of the House Margaret Kelliher took herself out of contention.

The three are: Steve Rymer, director of recreation and community services in Morgan Hill, California; Jayne Miller, former director and chief executive officer for the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority, Michigan; and Stanley Motley, former director of parks and recreation, Fulton County, Georgia.

Résumés for the three are online.

Kelliher, who’d been the DFL endorsed candidate for governor until losing the primary to Mark Dayton, had been a fourth finalist. She notified park officials Tuesday that she was no longer interested in the job, but would continue to pursue other undisclosed opportunities.

The Park Board is expected to make its final choice Oct. 13.

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