The remaining assistant city manager has resigned. Meanwhile, the city has a new fire chief and Finance Department director.
Frutchey beat out 47 other would-be city managers for the position.
The Paso Robles City Council unanimously voted in favor of his hiring at the meeting last Tuesday night.
Paso Robles City Manager Jim App will retire at the end of 2015, marking the end of an 18-year run as the city’s top executive.