Tigard City Manager Marty Wine to leave position Nov. 30 after almost a decade
After nearly a decade at the helm of Tigard's city government, City Manager Marty Wine has announced she will be moving on to her next local government opportunity, leaving the city on Nov. 30.
During her time with the city, the city has accomplished several major milestones including the establishment of a new permanent water supply, improving the financial stability of the city, moving the Southwest Corridor Light Rail Project forward, laying the groundwork for the Tigard Triangle Urban Renewal Area, managing planned growth and development in the city and building strong regional relationships, according to a news release.
"Looking forward, Tigard's future is bright and has the benefit of a talented leadership and staff team," Wine said in the release. "The Tigard community is set up for the next level of what the city will become."
Mayor Jason Snider said that "together we have set the city on a course for Tigard's future to be strong. Marty has managed the business of the city well, and the Council and I wish her the best in her next chapter."
The council is expected to begin a search for a new city manager next week and identify an interim city manager to serve after Wine leaves.
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