California is one of the most expensive states for retirees. But not every senior citizen is willing to leave the benefits of California life behind.
Los Angeles Police Chief Michel Moore will retire next month aft
Santa Monica City Clerk Denise Anderson-Warren will retire at the end of the year, concluding 29 years of service with the city.
At least two administrators from the Santa Barbara County area will vacate their positions this month.
Atascadero City Manager Rachelle Rickard is hanging up her hat after 26 years in local government. Rickard has announced her retirement, effective this July.
Armijo will leave the job on April 1.
Santa Fe Springs City Manager Raymond R. Cruz retired on December 30th after a 35-year career in local government.
Jim Schutz will end his eight-year run as San Rafael City Manager this July. Schutz announced his retirement last month.
Rancho Cordova City Manager Cyrus Abhar plans to retire at the end of 2022, concluding an impressive career spanning more than 30 years.
The announcement follows clashes with some members of the city council and a reported “outburst” during a closed session meeting.