The Calistoga City Council will consider employing a new interim city manager, Brad Kilger, at the next regularly scheduled meeting on July 6.
Planning and Building Director Zac Tusinger has been serving as acting city manager since the resignation of Mike Kirn in May.
Kilger would begin July 19 and serve until a permanent city manager is engaged, according to the staff report.
Kilger has more than 40 years of professional municipal government experience for large and medium-sized jurisdictions, including 18 years as city manager and over 20 years as a community development professional. He has served as the City Manager for the cities of Martinez, Benicia, Ceres and Town Manager for the Town of Yucca Valley. He has previously served as Interim City Manager for the cities of South Lake Tahoe and Los Altos.
Kilger’s salary would be $110.68 per hour, for 30-40 hours a week. He would not receive any other pay or benefits the city commonly provides to its employees, such as health, dental, vision insurance coverage, life insurance, employee assistance programs, and similar benefits. Nor would Kilger be provided or accrue any vacation, sick leave, administrative leave, paid holidays or similar leave benefits as he is a retired annuitant receiving a benefit from the California Public Employees' Retirement System (CALPERS).
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Here is a roundup of police and fire reports in Napa County.
A traffic stop in American Canyon led to the arrests of a driver and passenger and the discovery of stolen bank cards.
Napa County Sheriff's officers made arrests at Lake Berryessa after finding heroin in a car and a loaded rifle on a jet ski.
An attack in Napa resulted in a man’s arrest on suspicion of assault, according to police.
A man was arrested at the Napa Office Depot store after workers saw him climbing a ladder toward the ceiling in possible preparation for a theft.
A Napa man was arrested on suspicion of kidnapping after trying to force a woman into his truck, according to police.
A domestic dispute escalated into a baseball bat attack, resulting in a Napa man’s arrest on suspicion of assaulting his girlfriend, according…
A domestic disturbance resulted in the arrest of a Napa County man on suspicion of rape, kidnapping and other allegations, according to Napa Police.
A predawn traffic stop led to the arrests of two San Pablo residents and the discovery of stolen bank cards.
American Canyon Police arrested three women at the end of a vehicle pursuit that followed a reported theft at the Walmart.
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