Resignation

By Ryan Hagen, The Sun
Posted: 09/25/14, 6:38 PM PDT |

SAN BERNARDINO >> Thursday was the last day at City Hall for David Cain, the man responsible for the city’s finances and administrative services.

Cain held the title of finance director since April 2013, two months after Jason Simpson resigned from that job. Cain was then appointed administrative services director, while remaining in charge of the Finance Department.

Until then he had been managing principal with Urban Futures, the company brought in to consult on finances and related issues around the time San Bernardino filed for bankruptcy.

The gap in the Finance Department should be brief, said City Manager Allen Parker.

“David let me know a few weeks ago he’d be leaving, and I’ll begin interviewing next week,” he said.

Cain has almost 20 years of experience working in public finance, including 11 years as Chino’s finance director, according to an online resume.

Cain did not return a call or email Thursday.

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