See if you folks can find any discrepancies in Mr. Schwabs statements here. These came off the city website. You may have to read it twice to find any falsehoods, or not.
The goal of the City Manager's office is to provide professional administrative assistance to the City Council in establishing the policies, programs, and services to be offered to the Grand Terrace community.
The City Manager is appointed by the City Council to serve as the Chief Administrative Officer of the organization. The City Manager's Office coordinates the fulfillment of policy and programs established by the City Council. The City Manager provides overall direction to departments that administer City programs and services; implements inter-departmental programs for human resources, strategic planning, and emergency preparedness; and coordinates intergovernmental relations, lobbying, economic development, and public information efforts. The City Manager's Office also oversees projects such as property acquisitions and the Grand Terrace Redevelopment Agency.
To fulfill these duties, the City Manager is aided by the Assistant City Manager, an organization of six City departments, and the talent and skills of approximately 66 part time and full time City employees. These departments and employees are under the immediate supervision of department directors appointed by the City Manager.
A Message from the City Manager……
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