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Six finalists for Beverly Hills city manager position

October 23, 2009 |  8:00 pm

Beverly Hills City Council members have narrowed their choices to six applicants to fill the post of city manager. They say they plan to announce their final selection by mid-November.

They received 70 applications from the public and private sector. The Beverly Hills Courier has more:

The Council began its search for a new city manager soon after Rod Wood announced his retirement from the position last spring. Councilmembers Barry Brucker and Dr. William Brien were appointed to the ad hoc committee responsible to oversee the selection. The selection process began with hiring a search firm.

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