Labor contract approved for Cummins in Saugatuck

SAUGATUCK Saugatucks’ search for a new city manager is officially over, following an approval vote on Ryan Cummins’ new employment agreement on Monday, June 10.

The deal will see Cummins receive an annual salary of $115,000, plus health, dental and life insurance and $3,000 a year in auto allowance.

If Cummins is terminated from his position without cause, the city agrees to pay him eight months of salary and benefits as severance pay, with an additional monthly salary for each full year of service in his role. Cummins would be required to give a month’s notice if he resigned.

Ryan Cummins

Cummins, who previously served as interim city manager, was selected for the role in a 5-2 vote after council members interviewed three finalists.

Cummins, a Grand Haven city council member, was hired by Saugatuck in 2022 as director of planning, zoning and project management. He was named interim city manager in February after his predecessor, Ryan Heise, agreed to resign.

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