All eyes were on the Los Alamitos City Council chambers last night, where more than 150 people gathered to support or oppose an ordinance exempting the city from California's sanctuary state law.
The City of San Bruno is seeking its first appointed City Clerk; this is an at-will, newly created position (formerly an elected position) serving under the general direction and at the pleasure of the City Council. The ideal candidate will be an advocate for open government, a champion for civic engagement and transparency, and a hands-on professional with an appreciation for incorporating best practices dealing with emerging technology. The ideal candidate will an individual with outstanding interpersonal and communication skills who is a data driven strategic thinker. This position requires a Bachelor’s degree and 5 years of progressively responsible administration experience in the field of records management, including 2 years in a City Clerk’s Office. Certified Municipal Clerk Certificate is preferred. The annual salary range for this position is $102,216 to $125,424. Additionally, the City offers a benefit package, including CalPERS retirement. The City does not participate in Social Security except the Medicare portion (1.45%). Interested candidates should apply by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and current salary to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Monday, December 11, 2017. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Heather Renschler at 916.630.4900. Full brochure available at http://www.ralphandersen.com/jobs/city-clerk-san-bruno-ca/.
A bill introduced by Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) last week would eliminate much of the power cities currently have to regulate local street vending, essentially legalizing the practice st
We’ve lost count of the number of government officials were left red-faced (or worse) as a result of what they thought was just an innocent tweet.