Search for new city manager continues

The Del Mar City Council met in closed session earlier this week in its ongoing effort to find a new city manager to replace Karen Brust, who left her post earlier this year to become the city manager for the city of San Juan Capistrano.

The council is interviewing potential candidates and narrowing the field with the goal of hiring a new city manager by the end of the year.

Mark Ochenduszko, the retired city manager for the city of Coronado, has been serving as the interim city manager for the City of Del Mar.

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