Council to discuss city manager finalists
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. – The South Lake Tahoe City Council is set to hold a special meeting Sunday to discuss the findings of three panels that interviewed the finalists for the city manager position.
The closed session meeting is scheduled for 11:15 a.m. at the council’s chambers at 1901 Airport Road.
“We’re going to have the discussion about all the different panel scores and evaluate those comments,” said Mayor Kathay Lovell.
Three panels interviewed the council’s two finalists, Beaver Creek Resort Company Executive Director Tony O’Rourke and Moraga, Calif., City Manager Michael Segrest, on Monday.
“The community panes and staff did a great job,” Lovell said. “They provided a lot of input and comments so we will have that discussion Sunday and decide next steps.”
The three panels included:
Panel 1: One Lake Tahoe South Shore Chamber of Commerce representative, one senior representative, one representative from the city’s sustainability commission, one representative from the Latino affairs commission, one representative from the Airport commission, one representative from the Parks and Recreation commission and one representative from the Planning commission. Several more panel members were invited but did not attend.
Panel 2: Two members from the General and Public Works Association, two members from the Administrative and Confidential Association, two members from the Police Officers Association and two members from the Firefighters Association.
Panel 3: City department heads and senior staff.
Lovell said the discussion is scheduled for Sunday to accommodate each council member’s schedule.
“It’s more convenient to do it on the weekends,” she said.
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