San Francisco Board of Supervisors President London Breed has become the first African American woman elected to serve as mayor of San Francisco.
The City of Norwalk is a vibrant community of over 110,000 residents located at the midpoint between Los Angeles and Orange Counties in the midst of some of Southern California’s most accessible highways. The City has one of the nation’s most successful municipal transit systems, the Norwalk Transit system, and sits at the heart of an expanding regional transportation network served by four freeways and two commuter rail lines—the Metro Green Line and the MetroLink system. A culturally rich city with strong community values, excellent infrastructure, business friendly environment and a variety of housing, Norwalk has become one of the most rapidly developing and growing communities anywhere in the state of California.
The City Council now seeks a visionary City Manager with a proven track record and who will value the diverse needs of the Norwalk community. Candidates must possess municipal government experience at the City Manager level and hold a bachelor’s degree. The ideal candidate must have extensive knowledge in all areas of municipal operations including public safety and/or community policing and economic development. A master’s degree and English/Spanish bilingual skills are desirable. The compensation for this position is open, DOQ. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history to the City Attorney at email@example.com. If you have any questions please contact the City Attorney at the same email address. Filing Deadline: November 7, 2017.
Detailed brochure available at www.ci.norwalk.ca.us
From GV Wire:
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand is hoping to convince the state legislature not to move forward with a plan to change California’s laws on taxing online retailers.
The California Big 11 Mayors – an association of the 11 largest cities in California – announced Monday that the Governor and legislative leaders have r
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.