Miami City Manager
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado has appointed an Acting City Manager to take over while current City Manager Johnny Martinez recovers from a mild stroke.
Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez is recovering after he suffered a mild stroke over the weekend.
Miami’s city manager officially declared a financial urgency Friday afternoon, which will give the city commission the power to cut into the unions, despite what their contracts say.
The budget battle is heating up for the City of Miami, and the city has an ultimatum for its unions: renegotiate contracts or face big cuts.
Miami City Manager Johnny Martinez declared a financial urgency late Monday afternoon. Martinez’s declaration is a sign that he wants to renegotiate the union contracts with the police and fire fighters.
There’s a new battle being waged in the on-going dispute between Miami Police Chief Miguel Exposito and Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado.
The City of Miami officially has a new City Manager. Thursday, the City of Miami commission voted to approve Johnny Martinez’ appointment to the position, left vacant by Monday’s resignation of Tony Crapp Jr.
Miami Mayor Tomas Regalado wasted no time in finding a new city manager. Less than 24 hours after accepting the resignation of Tony Crapp, Regalado announced Johnny Martinez as his choice to become city manager Tuesday morning.
Miami has an opening for a City Manager. Less than six months on the job Tony Crapp Jr., 38, has resigned his position.
The city of Miami will lose its finance chief next week and may about to be in need of a new city of manager as well, CBS4 news partner the Miami Herald reported Friday evening.