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New Peoria city manager brings enthusiasm to job

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By Philip Haldiman | YourWestValley

Jeff Tyne is digging in as Peoria’s new city manager.

The former deputy city manager said he is fortunate to live in a growing community that offers a variety of cultures, amenities, and opportunities. It is a place he calls home with his family and a place he has helped foster for nearly 20 years of government service.

And now he has taken the helm of the city’s highest non-elected position, after the retirement of long-time city manager Carl Swenson. Mr. Tyne said Mr. Swenson made the city what it is today and has left Peoria in good hands.


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