By Associated Press

Susan Stanton lost post in Largo after announcing decision to transition

LAKE WORTH, Fla. — The former Largo city manager who was fired after her plans to have a sex change became public is a finalist for the city manager’s job in Lake Worth.

Susan Stanton — formerly known as Steven — was fired by the Largo City Commission in early 2007 after working for the city for more than 16 years. Later that year, Stanton was a finalist for a city manager position in Sarasota but did not ultimately get the job.

Lake Worth commissioners listed Stanton as a finalist at a meeting Thursday, March 12. She and several over candidates are scheduled to be interviewed early next month.

A final decision by commissioners is scheduled for April 7.

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