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Monrovia Community Welcomes New City Manager, Dylan Feik

ByTerry Miller

Dylan Feik was on hand Wednesday, with his wifeand three children, to get to know the community a little better after beingsworn in as the new city manager of Monrovia.

The meet and greet event—sponsored by the Cityof Monrovia—held at Monrovia’s Historical Museum, was well attended by localofficials including Chief of Police Alan Sanvictores and Fire Chief Brad Dover.

Mayor Tom Adams introduced the eloquent MayorPro Tem Larry J. Spicer and the always droll Councilwoman Gloria Crudgintonprior to welcoming the new city manager.

In his remarks, Mayor Adams thanked Monrovia Weekly for being the only paper to accurately report that the city was financially stable; contrary to erroneous reports in a Pasadena newspaper as well as local blog.

Crudgington quipped that she wanted to get theprevious city manager, Oliver Chi, fired but assured his successor that no suchthoughts were in her mind.

Although he’s only been in the city a shorttime, Feik has already established himself as a good-natured leader to steerMonrovia to the next phase of excellence. He has local government managementexperience working in the cities of Knoxville, Iowa, and Auburn,Calif. Most recently, Feik served as city manager of Calistoga,located in California’s Napa Valley. His extensive exposure to a variety oflocal government related disciplines includes specific expertise in labornegotiations, public works operations, and overseeing capital improvementprojects. Feik holds a Master of Public Administration degree from theUniversity of Kansas, and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Weber StateUniversity.

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