Calabasas’ Tony Coroalles Announces Retirement

Calabasas’ longest serving city manager, Tony Coroalles, is retiring next month and moving with his wife to Georgia. He says he’ll step down on or around the 31st of May, capping off 15 years with the Los Angeles County city.

"It's been an honor serving the great people of Calabasas for the past 15 years. I'm proud of what we've been able to accomplish and thankful to the wonderful friends that my wife Patty and I have made," Coroalles said.

Mayor Ted Gaines thanked the city manager and wished him the best in retirement.

Coralles was hired as the city’s top administrator in 2003. He previously served as an assistant general manager for the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and spent 27 years in the U.S. Army.



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