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|Bill Cahill, Loveland City Manager, Fired
Loveland's City Council voted unanimously to terminate Bill Cahill
|Loveland City Manager
SECTION 8-1 -- APPOINTMENT,
QUALIFICATIONS, EVALUATION AND
(a) The City Council, by the affirmative
vote of two-thirds (2/3) of the entire
Council, shall appoint a City Manager
to serve at the pleasure of the Council.
(b) The Council shall establish the City
(c) The City Manager shall become a
resident of the City or the Community
Influence Area as defined in the
Comprehensive Plan adopted by the
City Council on May 2, 2000, as
amended from time to time, within six
((6) months of appointment, and shall
remain a resident of such area
throughout the Manager' appointment
. (Amended at the election held
November 7, 2000.
(d) The City Council shall evaluate the
City Manager's performance at least
(e) The removal of the City Manager
shall require the affirmative vote of
two-thirds (2/3) of the entire Council.
SECTION 8-2 -- ACTING CITY
The City Council shall designate a
qualified City employee to serve as
Acting City Manager during the
Manager's absence or disability, or
during times when the position is
SECTION 8-3 -- EXCLUSIVE SERVICE
During the period of the appointment,
the City Manager shall not be an
employee of, or perform any services
for compensation from, any person or
entity other than the City, unless the
Manager has first obtained the
approval of the City Council.
SECTION 8-4 -- POWERS AND
DUTIES OF MANAGER
The City Manager shall be the chief
administrative officer of the City. The
City Manager shall have the following
powers and duties:
(a) Be responsible for the enforcement
of the ordinances, resolutions,
franchises, contracts, and other
enactments of the City.
(b) Establish and implement personnel
rules and regulations for City
employees. Such rules and regulations
shall provide for the selection,
promotion, and retention of City
employees on the basis of ability,
training, experience, and performance.
In addition, such rules and regulations
shall provide that no City employee
shall be discharged, except for cause,
from a position of employment which
the employee has held for six (6)
months or longer, unless the City
employee is a police officer, in which
case this timer period shall be one (1
year) year or longer. . Nothing in this
subsection shall preclude the
establishment or application of rules
and regulations for a layoff, a
reduction in force, or an administrative
reorganization, or the establishment of
temporary or seasonal positions of
employment. (Amended at the election
held November 6, 2001)
(c) Cause a proposed budget to be
prepared and submitted to the Council
annually, and be responsible for the
administration of the adopted budget.
(d) Cause to be prepared and
submitted to the City Council, as of the
end of the fiscal year, a complete
report on finances and administrative
activities of the City for that year, and
make other reports as requested by
the Council concerning the matters of
the City in the Manager's charge.
(e) Keep the City Council advised of
the financial condition and future
needs of the City.
(f) Except as to the Municipal Court
and the office of the City Attorney,
exercise supervision and control over
all City departments, and make
recommendations to the City Council
concerning the establishment,
consolidation or abolition of such
(g) Attend City Council meetings and
participate in discussions with the
Council in an advisory capacity.
(h) Be responsible for informing the
public on City functions and activities.
(i) Perform such other duties as
prescribed by this Charter, or as
required by the Council and not
inconsistent with this Charter.
SECTION 8-5 -- COUNCIL'S
RELATIONSHIP TO EMPLOYEES
(a) Neither the Council, the Mayor, nor
any Council member, shall dictate or
interfere with the appointment of, or
the duties of, any City employee
subordinate to the City Manager or to
the City Attorney, or prevent or
interfere with the exercise of judgment
in the performance of the employee's
City responsibilities. The Council, the
Mayor, and each Council member,
shall deal with such employees solely
through the Manager or the City
Attorney, as applicable, and shall not
give orders or reprimands to any such
(b) The City Manager alone shall be
responsible to the City Council for the
proper administration of all matters
placed in the Manager's charge by or
pursuant to this Charter.
|From: Bill Cahill [mailto:Bill.Cahill@cityofloveland.org]
Sent: Wednesday, June 08, 2016 10:07 AM
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Subject: There'll be a new CM in Loveland
Good morning everyone,
About eight hours ago, at a few minutes before 2:00 AM the City Council voted 9-0 that my
contract will terminated (without cause) on June 30. It’s time for a “different direction”.
It’s been an honor to serve Loveland as City Manager. I really appreciate all the support from
the great community of city managers in northern Colorado.
I will spend the last three weeks here working through an orderly transition to an interim City
Manager, yet to be named. During that time, I hope to see many of you – starting with lunch
tomorrow in Berthoud.
My thanks to all of you for being great fellow professionals and friends -
William D. Cahill
City of Loveland
500 East Third Street
Loveland, CO 80537
|Cahill's farewell to his fellow city managers across Colorado