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News - December 21, 2018

Another top staffer leaves city

Wave of retirements signals a generational shift in public service

by Mark Noack

A changing of the guard is playing out at City Hall as several of Mountain View's top government employees have left their positions in recent months. The turnover is the latest example of a mounting staffing challenge for regional government agencies as longtime public servants from the baby-boom generation reach retirement age.

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