Canan Tasci, Staff Writer
Created: 01/04/2012 02:53:37 PM PST
Chino’s city manager announced today he will retire at the end of his contract’s term on Feb. 27.
After 13 years of directing and coordinating all city services, Patrick Glover will hang up his hat as the city’s top administrator.
Glover was hired in 1998 as the director of public works/city engineer and in 2007 was appointed as city manager.
When asked what his greatest accomplishments have been during his 13 plus years with the city, Glover said in a news release, “As director of public works/city engineer it was rebuilding the streets and constructing many critical storm drain projects.”
“As city manager it was maintaining quality service levels despite cut-backs; instituting pension reform; and completing projects both large and small, from the building of two new fire stations to the lighting of the CHINO sign on Central Avenue.”
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