Signal Hill Promotes Hannah Shin-Heydorn to City Manager

Signal Hill Deputy City Manager Hannah Shin-Heydorn will take over as top administrator as of Nov. 2. An employment agreement was approved by the City Council on September 24. The vote to promote Signal Hill’s assistant city manager was unanimous.

Shin-Heydorn is replacing Charlie Honeycutt, who is retiring.

“She’s a talented individual who manages the daily operations of the Administration Department, […] oversees human resources and provides valuable leadership on a variety of special projects,” Honeycutt said of his successor. “And understands the importance of getting to know community members as well as participating in regional organizations that work on addressing […] issues such as homelessness, public safety, housing and economic development.”

Shin-Heydorn said she was grateful for the opportunity to serve.

Read more about her promotion at the Signal Hill Tribune.


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