Brentwood City Manager Announces Retirement

The City of Brentwood will welcome new executive leadership next year. City Manager Gustavo “Gus” Vina says he plans to retire in December after nearly four decades in public service.

“It has been an honor serving this Council, the organization and this community," said Vina. "It is simply the right time for me to move on and I am humbled and grateful to end my career having served the great City of Brentwood."

Vina took the top administrator’s job five years ago. Before that, he held the city manager’s post in Encinitas.

Brentwood is a city of around 65,288 in Contra Costa County, California.

Read more via SF Gate.


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