The Fiesta favorite touched on many of the heavy hitters in the past year’s news, including ex-City Manager Sheryl Sculley and the ubiquitous “Baby Shark.”
Corpus Christi City Council announced San Antonio Deputy City Manager Peter Zanoni would be the city’s next city manager at a Tuesday council meeting.
The Tobin Center for the Performing Arts was transformed into a bustling cocktail party to honor former City Manager Sheryl Sculley, who recently retired.
Outside consultants retained by the City found that the $475,000 salary of former City Manager Sheryl Sculley was within the market range.
The ruling denies the City’s argument that it is immune from the litigation and sends the case back to the 4th Court of Appeals, which will review a lower court’s breach of contract decision.
Peter Zanoni said he applied for the position shortly after then-City Manager Sheryl Sculley announced her retirement plans but before finalists were named.
Maria Villagómez takes over as deputy city manager, the position Erik Walsh left to become city manager. Both had been finalists for the top job.
Her executive leadership team and staff organized and funded a private celebratory lunch at the Henry B. González Convention Center.
World Affairs Council members and city leaders praised Hardberger as someone who’s long promoted civic pride and a positive global perspective.
“It’s been a pleasure and an honor,” to serve the City of San Antonio, City Manager Sheryl Sculley said during her last public City Council meeting.