Long Beach Has a New City Manager (Welcome Aboard!)

After a day of hearing about the City’s latest fiscal mishaps, it comes as great news that a new City Manager has been selected to take over come January 1.

Jack Schnirman comes to Long Beach from the private sector, but before that was Brookhaven’s deputy town supervisor for two years, and held ranks below that since 2005.  He hails from Kings Park High School, has an undergrad degree from Tufts and a Masters in Public Policy from Harvard.  Not too shabby.  I’ll start looking into his resume more thoroughly tomorrow, but from us here at SeabytheCity… Welcome aboard and best of luck!  We look forward to working with you.

You can read his whole bio here

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21 thoughts on “Long Beach Has a New City Manager (Welcome Aboard!)”

  1. Looks like he drove Brookhaven into debt after raising taxes 65%. I think City Manager should have to live in LB at least 3 or 5 years before taking the position. Not move here (if he even does or just claims LB as his primary residence) after taking the position.

  2. Jack, if you read this. Welcome and good luck. We are looking forward to a fresh perspective and new ideas, don’t let the naysayers bring you down.

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