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Mike Sedell

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Background Information

Employment History

Simi Valley City Manager, Interview With Authors, March

Reason Public Policy Institute


City Manager

City of Simi Valley


Chief of Staff

Gallegly


Affiliations

Interface Children Family Services

Board Member


Ventura County Pension Board

Board Member


Anti-Defamation League Ltd

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Amalgamated Dairies Limited

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Boys & Girls Club

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www.simivalley.org

CONTACT: Mike Sedell
City Manager (805) 583-6701 City Manager Mike Sedell stated, "Tracy leaving will truly be a loss to our organization.


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City Manager | City Manager | City Manager: Mike Sedell
City of Simi Valley : City Manager Mike Sedell was appointed City Manager of the City of Simi Valley on June 9, 1995. Prior to his appointment as City Manager, Mike had over nineteen years of responsibility with the City Manager's Office, effectively administering City-wide programs including supervision over areas of public affairs, media relations, City Council-staff relations, governmental affairs, labor relations, transit system operations, and elections. Mike began working in Simi Valley in 1972 as a CSUN intern and has served the City in a variety of assignments since that time. He worked as the City's Personnel Administrator and Community Services Coordinator, being involved with the Neighborhood Council Program and Youth Services, prior to being asked to become part of the City Manager's office in 1975. When then-Mayor Elton Gallegly was elected to Congress in 1986, he asked Mike to serve as his Chief-of-Staff in Washington, D.C., and California. After three years with Congressman Gallegly, commuting between California and Washington, D.C., Mike made the decision that he preferred local government to the national scene, and he came back to Simi Valley as the City's Assistant City Manager. When former City Manager Lin Koester left the City in 1995 to become the Chief Administrative Officer for Ventura County, the City Council unanimously appointed Mike as City Manager, a position he has held since. In addition to serving as Simi Valley's City Manager, Mike teaches an Intergovernmental Relations Seminar in the Master's Degree program in Public Administration at Cal State Northridge. With his contacts developed over the years in both Washington and Sacramento, Mike is often called upon by Simi Valley, and occasionally other cities, to assist whenever a legislative or intergovernmental crisis occurs. Mike also works with Sacramento and Washington, D.C. legislators on budget issues affecting Simi Valley as well as other California cities, and he has been a key player in developing the final funding formula for local agencies, and crafting complex intergovernmental agreements. Several intergovernmental groups continue to use Mike as a resource to keep them informed of developments in, and to coordinate a Ventura countywide approach to, Sacramento and Washington, D. C. on broad policy issues.


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Some people out there believe City Manager Mike Sedell's compensation is too high and they want something done about it.
Up until this week, it seemed pretty clear to me that our City Council was very supportive of our City Manager. In fact, if you take a swipe at him in the comments section of this blog, Councilwoman Barbra Williamson is often first to come to his defense, telling readers how hard he works for the Council and the City. Other Council Members have been equally complimentary about City Manager Sedell, in interviews and in conversation. This week, however, two new members have joined our City Council. I have no official word from either on how they feel about Sedell and its likely that neither will have an official opinion until spending more time on the Council.


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City Manager: Mike Sedell
2929 Tapo Canyon Road Simi Valley, CA 93063 Tel: (805) 583-6701 Fax: (805) 526-2489


www.votesimivalley.com

Citing the perception of a possible conflict of interest due to her recent appointment to the negotiating committee with Mayor Huber and City Manager Mike Sedell on discussions with Waste Management and the proposed landfill expansion, Williamson thought it best to step down.
UPDATE: The Committee assembled to resume negotiations with Waste Management will consist of Mayor Huber, Councilwoman Barbra Williamson and City Manager Mike Sedell. Some people out there believe City Manager Mike Sedell's compensation is too high and they want something done about it. Up until this week, it seemed pretty clear to me that our City Council was very supportive of our City Manager. In fact, if you take a swipe at him in the comments section of this blog, Councilwoman Barbra Williamson is often first to come to his defense, telling readers how hard he works for the Council and the City. Other Council Members have been equally complimentary about City Manager Sedell, in interviews and in conversation. This week, however, two new members have joined our City Council. I have no official word from either on how they feel about Sedell and its likely that neither will have an official opinion until spending more time on the Council. In a letter sent to Simi Valley City Manager Mike Sedell, Totten cited a number of reasons for not pursuing it, including the fact that such conduct would not constitute a crime even if true.


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