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Cloverdale’s City Manager to step down in January

Tuesday, December 18th, 2012 | Posted by | 2 responses

Nina Regor

Cloverdale Mayor Joe Palla today announced that, pending results of a site visit, City Manager Nina Regor has accepted the position of City Administrator for the City of Camas, WA.

Regor has served as Cloverdale’s City Manager since October 2007. During her tenure, and despite financial constraints, Mayor Palla noted that the City completed three of the 4-Corners projects, including the Cloverdale Fire Protection District Headquarters, the Cloverdale History Center and the Cloverdale Performing Arts Center.

In addition, the City was able to work with local non-profits and other members of the community on the successful completion of Phase I Kleiser Park, the reconstruction of the publicly accessible tennis courts and improvements to parks, such as the restrooms at Vintage Meadows Park, the bleachers at Main City Park, and new or replacement play equipment at Main, Furber and Clark Parks.

“I am proud of the time I have spent in Cloverdale,” said Regor, “and very grateful for the opportunity to work with the City Council, City staff and the community here. It will be very difficult to leave Cloverdale, but I am excited to return to the Pacific Northwest and to be closer to my family. I know Cloverdale is in good hands, and will continue to thrive.”

“We’re going to miss Nina, ” said Mayor Palla. “She’s done a lot for our wonderful City, but we’re coming together to map out the next steps. Nina has agreed to assist us in any way she can as we move forward, and we’ll keep the community informed.”

Regor’s term as Cloverdale’s City Manager will end effective January 23, 2013.

2 Comments for “Cloverdale’s City Manager to step down in January”

  1. Nancy Turpen Lucas

    This is very sad to hear that Nina is leaving. I have worked with Nina on many different projects in my adopted home town. I know that Nina works so hard and has done more than most Cloverdalians can ever understand. Her shoes will be so hard to fill. I know that it’s better to be near family, and I will always wish her well. Thank you Nina for all you have done.

  2. WA is lucky to have Nina returning! I wish the Cloverdale City Council the best of luck as they search for a qualified replacement.

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