Glendale appoints interim assistant city manager

From left, Jamsheed Mehta and Jack Friedline

By Your Valley

Jamsheed Mehta has been appointed as Glendale’s interim assistant city manager.

Mehta has extensive municipal government experience and is currently serving as development services director. He will replace current Assistant City Manager Jack Friedline, who is retiring after 42 years of dedicated public service.

As one of two assistant city managers, Mehta will oversee five city departments: field operations, transportation services, engineering, development services and water services. The role also includes assisting the city manager with all phases of government and leadership.

“Glendale is in a high-growth mode, where we are completing new and older projects now at a rapid pace,” Mehta shared in a statement. “This is exciting for our residents, businesses and our city’s economy. I am fortunate to have a good working knowledge of the city processes and am grateful to lead Glendale’s highly effective teams, which are already producing terrific results.”


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