Murrieta assistant city manager announces retirement

The City of Murrieta Assistant City Manager Ivan Holler will be retiring in April after nine years with the city.

Holler started his career with the city in 2015 as the director of Development Services. Two years later, Holler was promoted to assistant city manager.

“It’s been an honor to work for the City of Murrieta, and a privilege to contribute to several challenging, but also very rewarding projects,” Holler noted. “I’m thankful for the opportunity to work alongside City Manager Kim Summers and many other talented individuals. I will miss them all. I look forward to what the next chapter brings.”

Prior to joining the city, Holler served in a variety of roles for the Rancho Santa Fe Association, including assistant manager and acting manager, and spent more than 10 years working for the County of San Diego, with his last role as the deputy planning director.

Holler’s last day with the city will be April 4.


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