“Robert Richardson is coming back to Auburn and his former job of city manager,” the Auburn Journal is reporting, citing a press release.
“According to Mayor Matt Spokely, the City Council chose Richardson for his proven leadership skills and accomplishments.
“Richardson served as Auburn’s city manager from 2003 through 2014. He now serves as city manager of Grass Valley.
“His accomplishments in Auburn include many capital projects including Central Square, strategic planning and budgeting, including recruitment of the city’s single largest sales tax generator to the Auburn Airport, enhancement of the Auburn Airport, and managing the city during the difficult recession years.
“In a press release, Spokely said: ‘All of us on the Council are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Bob again. He did great work for our community for 11 years and we are grateful to have him back on our team.'”
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