Midpeninsula Post

Los Altos seeks input on hiring city manager

STORY BY GIL RUBINSTEIN, PHOTO BY ALLISON HUANG

The City of Los Altos, continuing its months-long search for a new, permanent, city manager, has created an online survey for residents and business owners to provide input.

In a recent press release, Mayor Neysa Fligor urged residents and business owners to fill out the survey.

“We strive to find a City Manager who will be a good fit for the Los Altos community. Having the residents and business owners provide input will help the City Council in selecting an individual who will provide strong leadership for City staff, work well with the community and have a successful partnership with Council,” Fligor wrote. “We urge all residents and business owners to complete the short survey.” 

This survey follows the resignation of former city manager Chris Jordan last December, and the appointment of interim city manager Brad Kilgore early this year.

“We are looking forward to hiring someone who will be a good fit for the Los Altos community,” Fligor wrote in an email to the Post.

The city is closing the survey on March 2. To fill it out, click here.

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