LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The city’s mayor has named a former state representative as the chief of staff for his administration.
Frank Scott, Jr., who took office in January, made the announcement via Twitter on Friday morning.
#UniteLR: I’m pleased to share my decision to appoint my Chief of Staff, FMR. State Representative @charlesjblake. Blake’s background is in finance and entrepreneurship. He previously served as my Campaign Manager for #LittleRock Mayor and advisor to my Transition Board. pic.twitter.com/0XzzGq7Hm5 — Frank Scott, Jr. (@FrankScottJr) May 17, 2019
Charles Blake had resigned his legislative post on Thursday.
A spokesperson for Mayor Scott says Blake will make $95,000 a year and starts on Monday.