Public Services Director Ernesto Munoz Leaves Costa Mesa for Private Sector

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May 16, 2016

Tony Dodero
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Public Services Director Ernesto Munoz leaves Costa Mesa for private sector
COSTA MESA, CA — Public Services Director Ernesto Munoz has accepted an offer to become Director of General Services for a private asset management group, capping a 22- year career with the City of Costa Mesa that was highlighted by several major milestones including the restoration of wetlands at Fairview Park. “Ernesto is one of the top engineers I have worked with in my 28-year career in government service,” City CEO Tom Hatch said. “His contributions to the Costa Mesa community are far reaching and we benefitted immensely from his vision and expertise.


Righeimer Calls for Truce With Costa Mesa City Workers

After being beaten in the courts and battered at the ballot box over an unprecedented plan to outsource Costa Mesa City Hall, the City Council’s ideological leader is calling for a truce with the labor unions he famously confronted.