Westminster City Manager Eddie Manfro to Retire

Eddie Manfro has served as the chief administrator of Westminster for 7 years and has worked for the city in some capacity for more than a decade. Next month, his tenure will come to an end.

Manfro is retiring, the city announced in a press release.

“We thank and applaud Eddie for his outstanding contributions to our community, and seven years of steady leadership as our city manager. His leadership helped us successfully navigate a series of challenges and positioned us for future success,” said Mayor Tri Ta. “We will miss him, and we wish him success in the next chapter of his career and life.”

Manfro oversaw an update of the city’s General Plan — the first in 19 years — as well as planned revitalization efforts for the Westminster Mall, the passage of a a one-percent sales tax increase, and the appointment of Police Chief Mark Lauderback.

According to the city’s press release, Manfro has taken a job in the private sector.


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