Fla. city manager plans to retire in the fall

04/21/2013 | Marco Island Sun Times (Fla.)

Marco Island, Fla., City Manager Jim Riviere says he will retire at the end of September. Riviere has been in the post since August 2010 and previously served as interim city manager. "The citizens of Marco Island have benefited from ... Riviere's extensive management experience, and we will certainly miss his sensible solutions to complex issues, which were the hallmark of his tenure with us," City Council Chairman Joe Batte said.

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