Logan named interim City Manager as Trio announces retirement

COATESVILLE  — James Logan has been named Acting City Manager after City Manager Michael Trio announced his retirement from his role at the end of his five-year contract.  The change was announced by City Council members on Monday.

Logan, who has served as Assistant City Manager since August 2018, will assume the new role effective immediately.  Logan previously held a number of city, workforce and economic development roles at organizations including the Chester County Economic Development Council, New Jersey Department of Labor & Workforce Development, Chester County Chamber of Business & Industry and Philadelphia Workforce Investment Board.

Trio assumed his role as City Manager in August 2015 after a 30-year career including land planning, design and development, as well as serving as the Township Manager/CAO/Zoning officer for the Township of Newtown, Newtown Square, PA.

Coatesville City Council members will soon begin the next steps in selecting a permanent City Manager.

James Logan (left) and Mike Trio

About the City of Coatesville: The first and only city in Chester County, Coatesville is home to 13,000 neighbors and is undergoing economic and cultural revitalization that integrates innovation, education, and smart economic development, fueled by four Opportunity Zone tracts and a lively entrepreneurial spirit grounded in its historic past. Founded in 1915, Coatesville’s Historic District features many resources listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The City is home to the nationally recognized Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix.

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