Daily Archives: October 23, 2009

Open public meeting to be held Oct. 26 to consider new Phoenix City Manager

The Phoenix mayor and City Council will hold a public meeting at 3 p.m. Monday, Oct.26, in Phoenix City Hall, 200 W. Washington St., regarding the selection of a new city manager.  The public is invited to comment.  This meeting will follow the 9 a.m. executive session where the mayor and city council will meet to consider the selection of, and interview the finalists for, the position of city manager.

The candidates being considered include Phoenix deputy city managers David Cavazos, David Krietor, Rick Naimark, and Ed Zuercher.  To learn more about each candidate, click on their individual name or photo.  The Arizona Republic’s article on the four nominees, and commentary on The Men Who Would Be Frank by former Arizona Republic columnist, Jon Talton.

Ed Zuercher

Ed Zuercher

Rick Naimark

Rick Naimark

David Krietor

David Krietor

David Cavazos

David Cavazos

Attend the opening of Canalscape, Nov. 10

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CenPhoTV is back on the air (Oct. 23 – Nov. 1)

This week on CenPhoTV: a new deal with METRO and art venues up and down the line, some nice attention for Phoenix on NPR, a free weekend at the Arizona Science Center, a chance to help the YMCA help our kids, a Go Green event with Congressman Ed Pastor, a Potluck at The Welcome Diner, this week’s No Festival Required Showing at the Phoenix Art Museum, and the Phoenix Public Market Urban Grocery and Wine Bar opens.