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Phoenix City Manager Zuercher retiring

By 3TV/CBS 5 | Photo via City of Phoenix

Phoenix City Manager Ed Zuercher has announced his retirement, the City of Phoenix confirmed Monday afternoon. Zuercher plans to end his nearly three decades with the City of Phoenix effective Oct. 8.

Zuercher has been Phoenix’s city manager since 2013, overseeing the day-to-day operations of the city for the mayor and City Council. As the Phoenix’s chief administrative officer, he bridges the divide between politics and administration, and manages the City’s nearly 15,000 employees. When Zuercher was appointed city manager, Phoenix was looking at a $37 million budget deficit, a City spokesperson said. He leaves it with a $30 million surplus.

According to the City of Phoenix, Zuercher started as a management intern in 1993. He went on to serve in several roles, including public transit director, deputy city manager, chief of staff to the mayor, and assistant city manager.

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