By Sandra Emerson Staff Writer
Created: 03/25/2011 03:18:17 PM PDT

UPLAND – The City Council has several items to discuss during their meeting on Monday, including the city manager’s performance.

A performance evaluation of City Manager Robb Quincey is on the agenda for closed session.

The council placed Quincey on paid leave of absence Jan. 4.

Newly appointed Mayor Ray Musser said he does not believe any official decisions will come out of the closed session discussion because Councilman Ken Willis is expected to miss Monday’s meeting due to illness.

“It’s a progress report. It’s not final,” Musser said. “Again I doubt if we will make a final decision with only three councilmen there. It’s such an important thing. It is going to be a status report update, is the best
way I can put it.”

A second closed session item relates to “public employee discipline/dismissal/release.”

The items are not related, said City Attorney William Curley.

He said he could not comment on Quincey’s evaluation.

The council was going to consider adopting a resolution finalizing their decision of March 14 to hold a special election for the council seat vacated by Musser when he was appointed mayor.

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