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San Ramon plans quick action to replace retiring City Manager Moniz

Original post made on Dec 28, 2010

San Ramon's City Council plans to move quickly to replace retiring City Manager Herb Moniz, who will leave the job in three months. At $359,669 a year, he's highest paid city manager in state.

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Posted by Ralph N. Shirlet
a resident of another community
on Dec 28, 2010 at 4:13 pm

Dear Jessica,

Please send our thanks to the citizens of San Ramon for allowing several of us to job share as the new City Manager. We carefully made a composite team of people expert in management, finance, IT, communications, PR, and light houses (public works). We are now prepared at far lower expense to the City of San Ramon to provide an exceptional management team and results illustrating our imagination.

We are honored,

Ralph N. Shirlet and friends
halbailey@yahoo.com


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Posted by a voter
a resident of San Ramon
on Dec 29, 2010 at 9:55 am

Is it just me or is it is incredible that SR says it can't find a qualified candidate for the City Manager position for less than $359,669 + benefits?


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Posted by gone fishing
a resident of another community
on Dec 31, 2010 at 5:44 pm

gone fishing is a registered user.

Residents of Danville should be more concerned about how much their Town Manager is being paid. According to the State Controller's Compensation Report, it is over $310K with an additional $145K for the Assistant City Manager. Since San Ramon doesn't have an Assistant City Manager that makes Danville's pay for City Managers 23% higher than San Ramon's.


Holy Mackerel!


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Posted by Dave
a resident of San Ramon
on Jan 4, 2011 at 2:44 pm

Herb Moniz has never been the highest paid city manager in the state. Look at the link they tell you to reference. $359,669 includes benefits.... But it does sound impressive.


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