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Brentwood City Manager Resigns, Accepts Position at Union Sanitary District

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BRENTWOOD, CA – After almost 17 years of public service to the City of Brentwood, Paul Eldredge has resigned from his position as City Manager. He started his career with the City of Brentwood in 1997 as an entry level engineer and has most recently served as City Manager since October, 2011.

“After much deliberation and consideration I have decided to pursue another career opportunity and have tendered my resignation to the City Council,” said Eldredge. “This was a very difficult decision to make as I have been extremely fortunate to be a part of such an incredible organization in so many capacities during my time in Brentwood.”

Paul Eldredge has accepted the position of General Manager for the Union Sanitary District in Union City.

“Brentwood has been a home away from home for such a significant portion of my life. It is not just leaving a wonderful organization, filled with many outstanding colleagues, it is more like I am leaving my family,” said Eldredge. “The City of Brentwood is a strong, high-performing organization with a well-deserved reputation for outstanding achievement. I hope that I have added some value to that tradition of excellence.”

Mayor Bob Taylor appreciates the time and commitment that Eldredge has contributed to the city through his tenure.

“I wish Paul continued success in his future endeavors,” he stated.“Paul has done a remarkable job for the City of Brentwood in his capacity as City Manager.

He has kept the City moving in a secure, and positive direction, while at the same time, successfully negotiating the great challenges that have been presented to each city, statewide, leaving Brentwood in a great position to take advantage of future opportunities that will be of benefit to the whole community,” said Vice Mayor, Joel Bryant. “I wish him continued success in this new endeavor.”

The City Council has begun the process of searching for an interim City Manager with the intent of having someone on board prior to Mr. Eldredge’s departure, which is currently scheduled for late July.

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