Council interviews two more manager candidates |

Council interviews two more manager candidates

Annie Flanzraich

SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The South Lake Tahoe City Council interviewed two additional candidates for the city manager position at a closed session meeting Sunday.

The two interviewees were part of the original top group of candidates the city’s recruiter presented, but were not able to be interviewed June 20 due to Father’s Day and other commitments, said Mayor Kathay Lovell.

The council has not determined if either candidate will move on to the more extensive and public interview process.

“We are still analyzing that and we will meet again,” Lovell said. “I am not exactly sure when and we will determine that later this week.”

On June 21, three panels interviewed the council’s two finalists, Beaver Creek Resort Company Executive Director Tony O’Rourke and Moraga, Calif., City Manager Michael Segrest.

Current City Manager David Jinkens said he plans to retire Aug. 7.

Lovell said she is confident in the process so far.

“We’re moving at a good pace,” she said. “I don’t think we have any others we are considering interviewing.”

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