St. Petersburg city administrator to retire

St. Petersburg city administrator to retire

St. Petersburg city administrator to retire

With so many high-earners retiring, the promotions still save the city money: $101,042 for the balance of the current fiscal year, which ends Sept. 30, said Kirby.

Liz Makofske wil become budget director. She will make $117,500.

Chris Ballestra will become interim Enterprise Facilities Director replacing recently retired Clay Smith. Ballestra’s salary won’t change.

Chief of Staff Kevin King has a new title:  Chief of Policy and Public Engagement. He isn’t getting a raise.

Rumors that Tomalin would replace Cornwell have been circulating for weeks. On Dec. 14, Cornwell told a Tampa Bay  Times reporter that he had no plans to leave “any time soon.”


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