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Government Watch
November 22, 2013, 05:00 AM

City government

• The San Mateo City Council is initiating the recruitment for city manager and is inviting the community to share ideas about the ideal qualities for the position.

To assist and manage the recruitment, the city is working with Bill Avery and Associates, a professional recruiting firm located in Los Gatos. Avery Associates assisted in the recruitment for San Mateo’s previous city manager in 2008. 

Comments will be reviewed by the selection committee made up of Mayor David Lim, Deputy Mayor Robert Ross and Human Resources staff. Comments can be sent via email to sanmateocitymanager@averyassoc.net or by visiting the city’s website www.cityofsanmateo.org by Dec. 15.

 

 

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