La Jolla Town Council manager moving on

Cindy Hoye, La Jolla Town Council office manager, stepped down from her post on Sept. 24. “Hoye has been a great resource to La Jolla for the last two years,” said former town council president Darcy Ashley. “She has a winning combination of skill and personality that will be impossible to replace. She will be sorely missed.”

Current town council president Rick Wildman said Hoye has left to pursue another opportunity.

“We’re happy for her and are trying to work out a part-time arrangement so she can help us with the transition,” he said.

The organization is searching for someone to replace her who can handle finances and day-to-day duties, he added.

— Light Report

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