Michael Egan is an accomplished local government executive with nearly 30 years of experience capped with 20 years of City Manager responsibilities in the cities of Bellflower and Norwalk. During his tenure as City Manager, he was active in regional governance and local government-affiliated groups.
As Renne Public Law Group celebrated its first anniversary on March 1, we asked Partner Arthur “Art” Hartinger—who founded the firm along with Louise Renne, Jon Holtzman and Teresa Stricker—to talk a bit about the firm and to reflect on his 33-year career in labor and employment law.
Tripepi Smith is pleased to announce that Michael Egan, an experienced local government professional who capped his career with city manager responsibilities in the cities of Bellflower and Norwalk, has joined the firm.
Lou Schiavone, Jr. leads the Administration group of Avenu Insights & Analytics, which supports the operations of state and local governments with software and services. Lou describes the challenges for governments in delivering services, the role of the private sector and the ongoing impact of the Avenu’s purchase of Conduent’s government business.
Octavio’s journey with Civiltec began with two significant run-ins with Rick Shroads. The first occurred while he was attending California State Polytechnic University, Pomona: after seeing his potential, Rick hired Octavio to work for Lind & Hillerud, Inc., a Land Development engineering firm based in San Marino.
Revenue enhancement to local government increasingly blends with solid outcomes in economic development. Avenu brings together these concepts with the addition of Ricardo Noguera. As he did in his economic development roles in Washington and California, Ricardo helps Avenu’s clients position themselves to increase revenue and attract investment. California-based Ricardo leads a team of economic development specialists that supports clients nationwide.
The California City Management Foundation (CCMF) is pleased to announce the winners of its annual Wes McClure Scholarship competition: Christian Beltran of USC Sol Price School and Kelsey Alter of California Lutheran University.
Julia Sylva is a graduate of Loyola Law School (1983, scholarship recipient) and California State University, Long Beach, wherein she earned a B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in Public Administration (1978). She has practiced law in California since 1983.