Fontana City Manager Mark Denny Stepping Down

Fontana City Manager Mark Denny has accepted a private-sector job closer to his home in San Clemente, the city has announced. Denny will vacate his position on Oct. 14, less than a year and a half after he was appointed.

“Mark arrived in Fontana in the midst of the COVID-19 shutdown and has shown extraordinary poise and leadership in guiding our City Hall team through some very difficult months,” said Mayor Acquanetta Warren. “We’ve been blessed to have had the opportunity to work with such a dedicated professional and look forward to staying in contact with him as takes this next step in his career journey.”

The city has begun an immediate search for Denny’s replacement.

Read more at the Fontana Herald News.


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