New city manager selected

Ken Domer

Ken Domer

According to an announcement posted on the city’s website, Fullerton will soon have a new city manager: Ken Domer, who is currently the Assistant City Manager in Huntington Beach. He has served in that capacity since October of 2013.

According to the website Transparent California, his base pay in in Huntington Beach in 2016 was $196,872, and with other pay and benefits his total compensation came to $279,251.

Domer previously served as the Assistant City Administrator in Placentia (2008-2013) and as City Manager of Villa Park (2005-2008). Prior to that he worked in various capacities for the County of Orange (1996-2005) and the State of California (1991-1995).

He holds a B.A. in Political Science and a Masters of Public Administration from the University of Southern California.

His appointment to Fullerton’s city manager position will be voted on by the city council at its meeting tomorrow night (see Agenda Item #2). Public comments will be allowed prior to the vote.

According to Transparent California the total pay package of Fullerton’s previous city manager Joe Felz, who retired in December, was $302, 250.

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