Six candidates vying for the chance to become Hollywood’s next city manager will have their chance during individual interviews Friday.
Six candidates vying for the chance to become Hollywood’s next city manager will be in Hollywood on Thursday and Friday as part of the recruitment process. The news comes seven months after the previous city manager was ousted over a $10 million budget shortfall.
Raising taxes, increasing fees and reducing employee benefits will all be on the block when Hollywood commissioners meet in a workshop Thursday to try and figure out how to bridge a $25 million budget gap for the upcoming year.
Long-time Hollywood City Manager Cameron Benson, who was ousted over a $10 million budget shortfall, will be getting a severance package of almost $300,000.
The City Manager of Hollywood has quit his job following criticism of the city’s ballooning budget deficit.
Hollywood’s mayor is calling for a federal investigation into his city manager and other city employees after receiving two anonymous tips about some alleged shady behavior.