Ferguson, Missouri has a new city manager...

FOX's Jeff Monosso reports:

Ferguson's City Council chooses De'Carlon Seewood, a former assistant City Manager to fill the spot left open when John Shaw resigned in March following a scathing Justice Department report over apparent leadership problems within the city, police, and the courts.

The report, spurred by the fatal shooting of Michael Brown by a Ferguson police officer, who was also cleared of any wrongdoing...

(Seewood) "I'm a product of Ferguson, I've worked here for six years. I was part of the growth that started, I want to be part of its future."

Seewood saying he wants to be a voice for the residents to help them bridge the relationship between the Mayor, the council, and the people, to help the troubled city succeed.

In Chicago, Jeff Monosso, FOX News.