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South Pasadena City Manager DeWolfe Steps Down 

Published on Sunday, September 13, 2020 | 4:45 pm
 

South Pasadena City Manager Stephanie DeWolfe announced Sunday she has retired from her position as City Manager, as of Saturday, September 12, according to a statement from the city.

The statement said that “effective immediately Fire Chief Paul Riddle will assume the role of Acting City Manager.”

At the direction of the South Pasadena City Council,  Acting City Manager Fire Chief Riddle will continue to lead the remaining COVID-19 response and “begin taking the action necessary to safely move our community forward.”

DeWolfe served the City as its City Manager from November 6, 2017 until last Friday, the statement said. She had previously worked at Pasadena City Hall, at one point serving as Interim Assistant City Manager., according to her biography on the South Pasadena website.

“The City Council wishes her the best in the next chapter of her life,” said South Pasadena Mayor Bob Joe. 

South Pasadena will begin the recruitment process, which usually takes several months, for a new City Manager, and will likely appoint an interim city manager during the recruitment process so that the Fire Chief can return his full attention to his critically important duties. 

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