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San Bernardino offers city manager position

San Bernardino has offered its city manager position to an unidentified candidate.

Sixty-seven people applied for the position following a nationwide search, all of which were reviewed by the mayor and city council, according to a statement on the city’s website.

The council interviewed five candidates and offered possible terms of employment to two of them.

“The mayor and council are pleased to announce that a formal offer of employment has been made to a city manager candidate,” the statement reads.

That person’s name has not been released.

Council members are scheduled to discuss an employment agreement on Oct. 4, during their next regularly scheduled meeting. The Sept. 20 meeting has been canceled because a majority of council members are expected to attend a League of California Cities meeting in Sacramento that day.

State law requires that a city manager hire be included on a regular council agenda.

Charles McNeely, a former San Bernardino city manager, has been interim city manager since Rob Field resigned in January.

 

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