South Lake Tahoe Hires Interim City Manager

South Lake Tahoe has hired an interim replacement for outgoing City Manager Frank Rush, the Tahoe Daily Tribune reports. The City Council tapped Brad Kilger this week. He is the former city manager of Martinez and held the same position in Benicia, Ceres, and Yucca Valley. He has headed community and economic development for Modesto, Murrieta, and Apple Valley and worked as the planning director and deputy planning director for San Bernardino.

Kilger belongs to an array of civics organizations, including the International City/County Management Association, the California City Managers Foundation, and the ICMA/League of California Cities where he serves as Senior Advisor for the Central Valley Division of the City Manager’s Department. He is a past President of the League of Cities City Managers Department and former President of the California Redevelopment Association.

Frank Rush recently announced his resignation. He will step down on January 24 and assume the top administrator position in Big Bear Lake.


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