Atherton meets on recruiting new managerWhat will Atherton's City Council members be looking for as they recruit a new permanent manager for the town — and how much are they willing to pay to get the person who best meets their criteria?
Those are key questions the council will discuss in a special meeting set for 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 10, in the Town Council Chambers, 94 Ashfield Road, in the Atherton Town Center.
The council and the consultant hired to help with the recruitment, Bob Murray and Associates, will review and refine criteria for the new city manager. The discussion will include development of a candidate profile, recruitment schedule, and council expectations for a manager, including compensation, according to the agenda.
The council will go into a closed session after that discussion to confer with legal counsel about the town's lawsuit against the California-High Speed Rail Authority.