Menlo Park reviewing city manager's performance

Menlo Park residents will have the chance to share their views on the job performance of City Manager Glen Rojas as part of the City Council's annual review of Rojas on Thursday morning, according to the city clerk's office.

Residents will be allowed speak for up to three minutes during the public comment portion of the review, which will be followed by a closed-session public employee performance evaluation by the City Council.

The council will then reconvene in open session to report on the closed-session review.

Rojas was appointed by the City Council and began serving as City Manager in August 2007.

The public comment period will begin at 7:30 a.m. Thursday at Menlo Park City Hall, 701 Laurel St.

Bay City News

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