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Riverside names Al Zelinka to city’s top job

Al Zelinka , who has been Riverside’s assistant city manager since 2015, was appointed city manager Tuesday, May 22.
The vote, taken in closed session, is subject to the council approving his employment contract, a news release stated. The Council will hold a special meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, to discuss and vote on the contract.
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“I am humbled that the city’s elected leadership has entrusted me with such a critical job and to endeavor on their behalf to realize Riverside’s promise and potential,” Zelinka said in the release. “I look forward to working in partnership with the city’s elected leadership, and in cooperation with its strong business community and its active and diverse neighborhood groups, toward consensus and constructive solutions on the major issues facing Riverside.”
Al Zelinka has been appointed as Riverside’s new city manager.
Zelinka will take over the job from Interim City Manager Lee McDougal, who has served since former City Manager John Russo was fired  April 17.

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