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CITY MANAGER & CITY COUNCIL

 

John W. Donlevy, Jr.
City Manager

The City Manager provides support and advice to the City Council and serves as the Chief Administrative Officer responsible for the day-to-day administration of City business, implementation of Council policies, and the fostering of community relationships and inter-agency collaboration.

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE - GENERAL & CONTACT INFORMATION

City Manager, John W. Donlevy, Jr.
530-795-4910 x110
john.donlevy@cityofwinters.org

City Attorney, Ethan Walsh
530-795-4910

Management Analyst, Tracy Jensen
530-795-4910 x102
tracy.jensen@cityofwinters.org

CITY MANAGER COMPENSATION INFORMATION:

City Manager's Contract (PDF)

 

(City Council Agenda Information)

CITY COUNCIL - GENERAL & CONTACT INFORMATION

Mayor Cecilia Aguiar-Curry

(530) 795-5101

(Committee Assignments - Liaison List)

Mayor Pro-Tempore Woody Fridae

(530) 795-4600

(Committee Assignments - Liaison List)

Council Member Harold Anderson

(530) 795-3351

(Committee Assignments - Liaison List)

Council Member Wade Cowan

(707) 249-4323

(Committee Assignments - Liaison List)

Council Member Pierre Neu

(530)-795-0606

(Committee Assignments - Liaison List)

City Clerk Nanci G. Mills (530)-795-4910
City Treasurer Michael Sebastian (530) 795-2091

The City Council is an elected, five-member governing body of the City. All five Council Members serve staggered four-year terms (two are elected every two years). The Mayor is selected as the candidate receiving the most votes in the election and serves two years as Mayor ProTem, then two years as Mayor. Regular City Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesdays of each month in the City Council Chambers at City Hall at 6:30PM. In addition, Special Meetings and study sessions are held from time to time as the need arises. The Mayor is the official spokesperson for the City Council.

The Council has the power to make and enforce all laws and regulations relating to municipal affairs, subject to the limitations of a General Law City, the United States and California Constitution, and certain state statutes.

Final decisions on City fees, budgets, City policies including the General Plan and land use issues, and other matters are made by the City Council. Taxes must be approved by the voters of Winters.

 

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