City Manager Brian Hiatt Informs the Mayor & City Council of His Plans to Retire
Aug 10, 2017 03:31PM ● Published by Melanie Heisinger
Courtesy of the City of Concord Government's Facebook page.
He made the following statement to City staff in an email earlier today:
It will be extremely hard to leave the City of Concord organization, but it is time for me to prepare to move on to my next challenge and spend more time with my family. I wanted to give the Mayor and City Council plenty of notice so they can be well on their way in selecting their next City Manager.
Concord is a special place to live and work. I have been blessed to work for Mayors and Council Members with constructive agendas focused on doing what they feel is best for the citizens of Concord, and they have provided direction leading to so many significant accomplishments. I have also been able to work with a great team of coworkers including deputy and assistant managers, department heads and hundreds of coworkers delivering services on the front line. These coworkers are, and always have been, the backbone of our organization.
In the meantime, there is plenty to do over the next months. One of the great things about Concord is there are always positive activities and challenges. I look forward to continuing to work with our team toward accomplishment of the Council’s many goals.
All content courtesy of the City of Concord Press Release.