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Posted by: News_Desk on 12/14/2016 11:39 AM Updated by: News_Desk on 12/14/2016 11:39 AM
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Angels Camp City Administrator Announces Resignation

Angels Camp, CA...City Administrator, Michael McHatten has announced on December 7, 2016 to the City Council his intention to resign. His last day will be on January 5, 2017. While Mr. McHatten has not disclosed his future plans to the City Council he noted that he is leaving to pursue a new career opportunity.

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Said Mr. McHatten, “A new career opportunity arose of the past few months and I have decided that the timing was best considering that a new City Council majority will be seated this January. This will give the new City Council a time to focus on their community goals and select a City Administrator to lead them into the future. I have had the great fortune of working for Angels Camp over the past 5 ½ years and I feel proud to leave the City in a much better position than upon my arrival. A great deal of work has been accomplished during my tenure including the hiring of a new City Attorney, a new Finance Officer, a new Museum Director and a new Fire Chief. In addition, we navigated through the process of moving from Contract Engineering services to hiring an “in-house” City Engineer/Public Works Director and staff which came at a considerable savings. In addition, the City has revamped its budget process and format, upgraded the City website, increased the strength of force in the Police and Fire Departments and managed their budgets effectively while the economy slowly recovered. While, the economy has slowly recovered I am proud of the formation of Destination Angels Camp, the advent of Wild West Fest as a community event and the turnaround in building activity in the Planning Department, All of these things indicate that the City is in good place both now and in the future”

In addition, the City Council has designated that current Director of Administrative Services Mary Kelly, will take on the roll of Interim City Administrator upon Mr. McHatten’s departure.



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Posted on: 2016-12-14 14:17:55   By: Anonymous
 
Well, well, well! This isn't surprising. Mess up another town and move on just like before. Here's a word of advice....don't go changing a town and leaving tons of stuff up in the air when you leave the next one, okay.

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    Posted on: 2016-12-14 14:46:49   By: Anonymous
     
    when the times get tough the tough get going

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    Posted on: 2016-12-14 16:51:06   By: Anonymous
     
    How did he screw up the Town? In my view the Town us screwed up and Michael tried to fix it. Please let and everyone know where the City became screwed up in the past 5 plus years. The truth is that if the good ole boys/families don't get their way they cry like little girls that lost their Barbie Doll. I don't blame Michael for leaving, obviously he was having trouble counting to three. One vote the other way and he is out and packing his bags.

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    Posted on: 2016-12-14 16:51:06   By: Anonymous
     
    How did he screw up the Town? In my view the Town us screwed up and Michael tried to fix it. Please let and everyone know where the City became screwed up in the past 5 plus years. The truth is that if the good ole boys/families don't get their way they cry like little girls that lost their Barbie Doll. I don't blame Michael for leaving, obviously he was having trouble counting to three. One vote the other way and he is out and packing his bags.

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