A retired county administrator who took home $390,485 in pension benefits. A former Orange County schools superintendent with a pension of $370,000. An ex-sanitation worker for L.A.
The City of San Fernando, a diverse, family-oriented community of approximately 25,000, is nestled at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains in the San Fernando Valley. The City is now seeking a City Manager. The City Council is looking for an exemplary contemporary leader who will inspire a shared vision, encourage creativity, and foster a high-performing, accountable, and service oriented organization by setting clear direction, goals, and expectations. Ideal candidates must demonstrate hands-on knowledge and experience working cooperatively and effectively with other public agencies whose jurisdiction and responsibilities overlap with the municipalities they have serviced. Candidates must have graduated from a four-year college or university. A degree in finance, business administration, or public administration is preferred. At least ten (10) years of management and administrative experience in a municipal government or similar public agency setting is required with at least five (5) of those years being at a department head level or higher. An equivalent combination of training and experience is qualifying. A Master’s degree in business or public administration is preferred. The salary for this position is open and dependent upon qualifications. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please apply online at www.bobmurrayassoc.com. Contact Gary Phillips at (916) 784-9080 with any questions. Application filing deadline is June 23, 2017.
In a rare moment of national solidarity, thousands of Americans came together last week to root for a raccoon who had scaled a 305-foot skyscraper in downtown St. Paul.
A group of affordable housing advocates are suing the City of Inglewood, claiming city leaders violated state law when they offered a stretch of public land to the Los Angeles Clippers.
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.