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March 08, 1992

James Funk, former redevelopment director in Huntington Park, will become deputy city administrator of development services in Pomona, starting Monday.

City Administrator Julio Fuentes said Funk, who will be paid $80,000 a year, will oversee the city Redevelopment Agency and direct efforts to attract new businesses.

Creation of the position follows a recommendation of the Los Angeles County grand jury, which last year criticized the city redevelopment effort as understaffed and lacking in expertise.

Fuentes said Funk, a Seal Beach resident, has more than 25 years of experience in planning and redevelopment work--including nearly 10 years in Huntington Park. He has been a private consultant since leaving Huntington Park in 1988.

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