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The nationwide search should produce several good candidates, former City Manager Mike Gleason said in an interview.
Augustus' employment contract so he would remain as city manager beyond the nine months.
City rules authorize the mayor to appoint the interim city manager and set the salary.
The two assistant city managers will support the execution of those initiatives, LaSala said.
The council is looking for a permanent replacement for former City Manager Dennis Taylor, who left Eugene in July and returned to Montana.
She assisted Boston City Manager Shantanu Kar as Boston trained its own employees and achieved excellent station performance ratings.
Las Vegas city manager Bob Knotts, 52, brings 27 years of airline experience to his new position, including assignments with Continental Airlines, US Airways and the former Pacific Southwest Airlines.
But there is actually an effort to encourage a city manager to stay?
Not surprising, our current city manager, Dennis Taylor, has decided to vacate his post come late July.
He said he may teach public administration at universities, work as a consultant, or as an interim city manager where needed.
Under the city charter, the City Council is supposed to publicly evaluate the job performance of the city manager at its last meeting in June.
Fox was mayor in 2003, when he opposed Gatch's appointment as city manager.
WORCESTER -- Proponents of the council-manager form of government say qualifications and experience should be the driving force behind the city's search for a new city manager rather than one's ZIP code.
BURBANK - City Manager Mary Alvord will get a 6 percent pay increase in a move designed to bring her salary in line with executives in comparable cities, officials said Wednesday.
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