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Miami's city manager is hunting for a new job

Llanes alfonso


The executive who oversees Miami’s nearly billion-dollar government is looking for a new job.

In a sign that turnover is once again coming for an often turbulent city government, City Manager Daniel Alfonso has for the last several weeks quietly shopped his résumé to city and county governments around the country. As early as June, he was a finalist for a job running Brevard County government.

Alfonso acknowledged that he’s job-hunting during an interview with The Herald. But he said he plans to remain in his post until term limits force Mayor Tomás Regalado from office.

“I don’t intend to slow down. I’m still getting paid my check so I’m still doing my job,” said Alfonso, 49, who is currently traveling with his family. “I expect that I’ll be here probably through the middle of November, when the new mayor comes on board.”

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