The three-member screening committee appointed by the Redevelopment Agency to review resumes of candidates for executive director didn’t have much work to do. The agency is poised to appoint the lone applicant for executive director at its meeting on Wednesday.
The Redevelopment Agency introduced a $1.795 million budget for 2015 at its Oct. 1 meeting.
The Redevelopment Agency has appointed a screening committee as part of the selection process for a new executive director. A legal notice published today lays out the timeline, qualifications and salary range for the position.
The City Council is scheduled to approve the appointment of a new city administrator at a special meeting on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m., before its pre-meeting conference at 7 p.m.
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The City Council is expected to have a special meeting in the coming weeks, maybe even days, to appoint an interim mayor for the remaining 15 months of Rick Proctor’s term. As City Council president, Samson Steinman has assumed duties as acting mayor and is the odds-on favorite to become interim mayor, at least according to folks I’ve talked to.
Mayor Rick Proctor will resign his position, effective at 4:30 p.m. He filed his resignation letter with the City Clerk’s Office today but the single, 23-word sentence gave no explanation for his departure. Proctor did not immediately respond to messages seeking comment.
With no public comments from any parties involved in the settlement and release agreement with the former city administrator, we turn to the minutes of two executive sessions last month that led to the deal.
Continue reading Exec minutes provide few details on settlement