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June 12, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The search for a new city manager is reaching far beyond the Orange County line, according to interim City Manager Murray Warden, who updated the City Council on the hiring process last week. Warden said he is putting the finishing touches on an advertisement that will run in a national magazine for municipal officials. "You'll probably get 125 to 150 applications," Warden said. "Out of that, we'll cut maybe 75 right away because they won't fit the criteria" established by the council.
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December 19, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A nine-month search for a new city manager could end tonight when the City Council meets in closed session to find out whether negotiations with a preferred candidate have been successful. Out of more than 100 applications, the council has tentatively chosen someone, but hasn't disclosed an identity because talks are continuing. "We are heading down to the home stretch, but negotiations haven't concluded," said interim City Manager Murray Warden.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 19, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
A nine-month search for a new city manager could end tonight when the City Council meets in closed session to find out whether negotiations with a preferred candidate have been successful. Out of more than 100 applications, the council has tentatively chosen someone, but hasn't disclosed an identity because talks are continuing. "We are heading down to the home stretch, but negotiations haven't concluded," said interim City Manager Murray Warden.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
June 12, 1995 | FRANK MESSINA
The search for a new city manager is reaching far beyond the Orange County line, according to interim City Manager Murray Warden, who updated the City Council on the hiring process last week. Warden said he is putting the finishing touches on an advertisement that will run in a national magazine for municipal officials. "You'll probably get 125 to 150 applications," Warden said. "Out of that, we'll cut maybe 75 right away because they won't fit the criteria" established by the council.
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