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File #: CC-19-828    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Agenda Ready
File created: 5/14/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 8/13/2019 Final action:
Title: Request City Council to Adopt Resolution No.7550 Establishing the New Classifications of Director of Community Development, Deputy City Administrator, and Extra Help Retired Annuitant, and Setting the Basic Compensation Rates Effective August 13, 2019; and Deleting the Classification of Assistant City Administrator/Director of Development Services effective October 31, 2019.
Attachments: 1. Resolution.pdf, 2. Reso Exhibit A - JD for Director of Community Development, 3. Reso Exhibit B - JD for Deputy City Administrator, 4. Reso Exhibit C - Salary Schedule Updated 08052019.pdf
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For City Council Meeting [August 13, 2019]
TO: Honorable Mayor and City Council
FROM: Rod Foster, City Administrator

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Request City Council to Adopt Resolution No.7550 Establishing the New Classifications of Director of Community Development, Deputy City Administrator, and Extra Help Retired Annuitant, and Setting the Basic Compensation Rates Effective August 13, 2019; and Deleting the Classification of Assistant City Administrator/Director of Development Services effective October 31, 2019.

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BACKGROUND:
The City Administrator received notice that Robb Steel, Assistant City Administrator/Director of Development Services will be retiring from the City with his last date in office on August 29, 2019. A review of the job classification's essential functions was conducted in the context of imminent and future organizational needs. The review determined that a title change from Director of Development Services to Director of Community Development is warranted and consistent with industry standards; and that a revised job description should place a greater emphasis and focus on Planning rather than Economic Development. The duties and workload of the newly proposed Director of Community Development classification require a dedicated professional to lead and manage the City's planning, building, community code compliance, business development, business licensing, urban redevelopment, housing programs, and economic development, retention, and attraction. The Assistant City Administrator/Director of Development Services class will remain included in the City's Classification Plan and listed on the Salary Schedule until the position is vacated. Upon the retirement of the incumbent, this classification shall be deleted consistent with the attached Resolution.

Further, it was determined that the role of Assistant City Administrator should no longer be tied to the Director of Development Services classification. In lieu, a new classification of Deputy...

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