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Summers to retire as Murrieta’s CM

Kim Summers is retiring as Murrieta’s city manager.

Summers, who spent seven years in that position, will step down Jan. 10, according to a statement on the city’s website.

“Being a city manager is a challenging but rewarding vocation … but all things must end,” Summer said in the statement. “It has been a great honor to lead this organization, assemble the finest executive team anywhere, and strive to improve the work lives of almost 500 employees.”

Summers started with Murrieta as assistant city manager in 2014, and was appointed city manager three years later.  Before that she was deputy city manager and public information in Hesperia, according to the statement.

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