Morgan Hill Assistant City Manager for Administrative Services Christina Turner is slated to assume the top administrator position by the end of this month. She was selected Sept.
The next Town Manager for the Town of Apple Valley, California (92 full time staff and a budget of $80,688,717) will enjoy working with a Town Council that has a long track record of stability, responsibility, and sound leadership. The Town is hiring its fourth Town Manager in its history; the last Town Manager retired recently after serving nearly 10 years. The next Town Manager must be experienced, highly communicative, and well qualified. A Bachelor’s degree in public administration, political science, business management, or a closely related field and five years of high-level experience in municipal administration is required. A Master’s degree is preferred. The Apple Valley Town Council will offer a competitive salary for this at-will, executive position dependent upon the selected candidate’s qualifications. Additionally, the selected candidate will enjoy an excellent benefits package including CalPERS retirement. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply by September 18, 2017 to email@example.com and should include a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and three years salary history. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Greg Nelson at 916-630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com.
San Francisco and Oakland want oil companies to cough up some dough for the cost of addressing climate change.
Four companies with ties to California will be honored by the California Product Stewardship Council (CPSC) for their innovative environmental efforts during the organization’s 8th Annual Arrow Awa