Fisher to leave as city administrator
Family ties lead to accepting similar position at Mountlake Terrace after six years in Cheney
Saying it is time to be closer to family, Cheney City Administrator Arlene Fisher has decided to step down after over six years with the city and accept the job of city manager with Western Washington’s city of Mountlake Terrace. She is the second department head to leave Cheney, with Paul Simmons stepping down as Parks and Recreation Director in November 2013 to take a similar position with the city of Olympia.
Fisher’s move was announced via a press release on Mountlake Terrace’s website, Jan. 28, after a full day of interviews with staff, department heads and council members, Jan....
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