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South San Francisco discusses tweaking departments
August 22, 2013, 05:00 AM Daily Journal Staff Report

The South San Francisco City Council held a special study session to discuss reorganizing its Economic and Community Development Department in the wake of the state’s dissolution of redevelopment agencies.

Assistant City Manager Marty Van Duyn said the City Council has been going through all the departments and streamlining the amount of divisions.

The changes reflect the state’s redevelopment agencies officially dissolved in early 2012, Van Duyn said.

One such change is folding the sustainability division into the Planning Division. Van Duyn said there will be more of an emphasis on sustainability in the city.

 

 

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