by BRAD ROLLINS
Despite pressure from prominent community leaders to convince City Manager Jim Nuse to stay put, the San Marcos City Council is about to begin its search for a replacement, a process it hopes to complete by the end of the year.
Nuse has agreed to retain the municipal government’s top administrative position until a new city manager is named, Mayor Daniel Guerrero said. The council is negotiating details of a contract with a head-hunting firm to recruit a new city manager and will soon publicly release a timeline for the search process, Guerrero said.
“Mr. Nuse has agreed to stay on until we identify a new city manager and that is maybe the most significant change that has happened since this started when Mr. Nuse announced his retirement,” Guerrero said.Email | Print