Arroyo Grande City Manager Whitney McDonald is stepping down. As of Aug. 14, she will serve as Assistant City Manager for San Luis Obispo.
The City of Arroyo Grande is making the switch to district-based elections.
A new year, a fresh start.
That was quick.
An extensive search for King City’s next city manager has finally concluded with the council’s unanimous decision to appoint former Arroyo Grande City Manager Steven Adams.
Thompson will take over Aug. 1 at an annual salary of $179,000.
Still reeling from the fallout of a recent scandal that upended the city leadership and cost the mayor his job, the city of Arroyo Grande is on the verge of naming a new interim city manager.
In an election night that had its share of surprises, none was larger than the upset defeat of Arroyo Grande mayor Tony Ferrara, who has served on the council since 1998.
Tony Ferrara, the mayor of Arroyo Grande and president of the California League of Cities, has fallen behind write-in candidate Jim Hill in the latest election tally.