Archived News Release from 2010
For Immediate Release
City Council Accepts Resignation of City Manager Peter Ingram
Redwood City, CA - November 9, 2010 - The City Council of Redwood City has accepted the resignation of City Manager Peter Ingram effective December 31, 2010. Mr. Ingram has worked for the City since 1992 and has served as City Manager since June of 2008.
The City Council wishes to express its appreciation for Mr. Ingram’s service to the City of Redwood City. As City Manager, Mr. Ingram has been instrumental in developing and delivering the City’s strategic plan and general plan and making recommendations to resolve the City’s financial deficits. Prior to his role as City Manager, Mr. Ingram served as the Community Development Director and Public Work Services Director. In these roles Mr. Ingram led staff through a variety of major initiatives such as the revitalization of the City’s downtown and the recycled water project.
Mr. Ingram wishes to express his appreciation to the City Council and staff for their dedication and commitment to the community of Redwood City.
The City Council will meet in the near future to appoint an interim city manager and discuss the process for recruiting for the next city manager.
Jeff Ira, Mayor