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Mill Creek City Manager Michael Ciaravino resigns

At a Tuesday, November 16, 2021, special meeting the Mill Creek City Council voted unanimously to accept City Manager Michael Ciaravino’s resignation. According to a City of Mill Creek press release, “Ciaravino cited  the increasing need to provide critical family medical attention as a key factor in the timing of his decision.”
Michael Ciaravino. Photo courtesy of City of Mill Creek.

By Richard Van Winkle, News of Mill Creek.

At a Tuesday, November 16, 2021, special meeting the Mill Creek City Council voted unanimously to accept City Manager Michael Ciaravino’s resignation.

According to a City of Mill Creek press release, “Ciaravino cited  the increasing need to provide critical family medical attention as a key factor in the timing of his decision.”

The press release stated that the city manager’s resignation went into effect immediately. However it said, “Ciaravino will remain available when requested to assist the City in the transition of certain key initiatives and ongoing matters.”

“The City is grateful for Michael’s dedicated service over the past two and a half years during which he has helped navigate the city through financial reorganization, guided the city’s defense of complex litigation and effectively addressed the multitude of issues brought upon us by the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Mayor Brian Holtzclaw.

He went on to say, “Transitions are always challenging. The council is asking our city leadership team to come together and to demonstrate extraordinary teamwork in assisting the council as we work through a very full agenda of significant items between now, year-end and the beginning of 2022.”

According to the press release the city council will start the process to search for a new city manager at their regular November 23rd meeting.

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