Tim Rundell Sworn in as City Manager of Weed
The City of Weed has a new top executive. Tim Rundell was sworn into the city manager’s position Monday.
Weed’s last city manager Ron Stock retired in February after a 39-year career in public service.
“We have successfully rebuilt the city after the fire, we modified our rules and regulations to ease the difficulty of rebuilding and restoring infrastructure," Stock wrote in his farewell to the City Council. "We have completed the Resiliency Plan, the General Plan, and a Bike and Pedestrian Plan, all of which give us a blueprint for future growth We have maintained our efforts in economic development and successfully added Dollar General, Grocery Outlet, Starbucks and Love's. At last count, we have obtained $38 million in grants in the last five years to rebuild out infrastructure."
Rundell previously served as the city manager in Durant. He stepped down in August after a three-year run.