A guide to the recent news with California’s City Managers. This most recent edition includes continued investigation into the Taft City Manager, the resignation of Lakeport’s City Manager and the City Manager of Redlands has made it clear that he will take no part in the city’s negotiations with its labor unions.
- The Taft City Council hired an independent attorney to look into Taft City Manager Bob Gorson regarding alleged ordinance violations. – The Taft Independent
- The City Manager of Lakeport, who has been on military leave of absence, stepped down last week. The city will begin recruiting to fill the position immediately. – Lake County News
- Roseville City Manager Craig Robinson was recently recognized for 30 years of membership service with the International City/County Management Association
– Roseville Press Tribune
- N. Enrique Martinez, the City Manager of Redlands, has made it clear that he will take no part in the city’s negotiations with its labor unions. The City Council hired an attorney to serve as negotiator. – Contra Costa Times
- Greg Jones has no time to twiddle his thumbs. As City Manager of Hayward, now in his second year, he is busy helping neighborhoods improve. After all, this is the only city in California that had a new revenue measure pass recently thanks to its residents. – PublicCEO.com