But unlike this year, Jambois was interviewed by the board, who asked him questions covering his earlier meeting with port staff, his references, his reasons for leaving his previous job and what he knew about the port itself. He was then excused from the room while the board voted. Krueger, having been on staff, was a known entity to the board so members felt there was no need to interview him, Melander said. But the notion of having a single finalist seems to have gone counter to what was communicated to at least one board member earlier in the process. St. Paul City Council Member Dai Thao, one of two council members on the port authority board, asked port senior vice president Lorrie Louder questions about the process, according to an email from Louder to Ballinger. St. Paul City Council Member Dai Thao Thao wondered whether the board or the search committee would make the final decision on the candidate. Then, according to Louder, Thao asked whether or not the full Board will be advised about the top several candidates, so that those not on the Selection Committee can review and comment. Ballinger sought Jambois advice while drawing a distinction between top several candidates and a couple of candidates. My understanding is that the full board will interview the top couple candidates, but will not be advised about the top several candidates, Ballinger wrote.
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