Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Longtime Gaithersburg employee Tony Tomasello was sworn in Monday evening to his new role as City Manager.
Longtime Gaithersburg employee Tony Tomasello was sworn in Monday by Gaithersburg Mayor Sidney A. Katz to his new role as city manager. Tomasello said he received support from city community managers, partners and employees through the entire interview process, something he called a humbling experience. "This is a very exciting time to become city manager of Gaithersburg ... we have a mayor and Council that works together well, an engaged community, and a staff that proves to work together well time and time again," Tomasello said after being introduced at Monday evening's mayor and City Council meeting. "I know the expectations of this community are very high," he said. "On behalf of our entire organization we look forward to meeting …
Saturday, November 17, 2012
The finalists will be introduced to city staff on Friday, Nov. 16, and to the public for a "Meet and Greet" Saturday, Nov. 17.
Friday, November 2, 2012
Other finalists for the Gaithersburg position include Annapolis City Manager Mike Mallinoff and Todd Parton, City Manager of Kerrville, TX.
Gaithersburg's Acting City Manager Tony Tomasello was named one of three finalists for the vacant city manager position, the city announced Friday afternoon. Tomasello has served in his current role since the June 15 resignation of former City Manager Angel Jones and was hired by the city in 1996 as its economic development director and has served as deputy city manager since 2001. The city also named Mike Mallinoff, of Glen Arm, MD, and Todd Parton, of Kerrville, TX, among the finalists. On Mallinoff: Michael “Mike” Mallinoff has served the city of Annapolis, MD, as city manager since June 2010 and in several different capacities since 1989. He was director of the Department of Neighborhood and Environmental Programs from 2002 to 2010 and…
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Effective Friday, June 15, Gaithersburg's city manager of the past three-and-a-half years will step down.
Update (12:36 p.m., Friday, June 15): Gaithersburg mayor Sidney Katz and the city council met three times this year to evaluate Angel Jones' performance as city manager, most recently on Monday, June 11, according to a report by The Gazette. Before a December meeting for Jones annual review, Katz "sent memos to the eight city department directors, all management level employees and 20 randomly selected full-time city employees to request a review on Jones’ performance," The Gazette reported. The reviews were kept confidential and were seen only by Katz. Read The Gazette's full report on Gaithersburg City Manager Angel Jones' resignation. Update (11:35 a.m.): Gaithersburg mayor Sidney Katz said he believes the city will continue to operate …