July 19, 2024


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New Bradenton Town Administrator Rob Perry starts part July 19

Bradenton's new City Administrator Rob Perry visited various city departments this week as he prepares to officially take over the role on Monday.

Pictured: Bradenton Fire Rescue Battalion Chief Steve Trompke, Mayor Gene Brown, City Administrator Rob Perry and Fire Chief Chuck Edwards

New Bradenton City Administrator Rob Perry will action into the purpose on Monday, just in time to support the city get ready a new yearly spending plan and fill turnover at important positions. 

Perry will exchange previous administrator Carl Callahan, who retired in June following 25 many years on the work.

Perry has worked as a govt company administrator and attorney since the 1990s. His roles have incorporated stints as assistant lawyer general in New Mexico, deputy director of the New Mexico Dept. of Community Safety and Condition Law enforcement, and chief administrative officer for the town of Albuquerque, among other folks.

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In Bradenton, he will oversee a staff of 566 employees and an once-a-year budget of about $124 million.