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first_imgMayor Jay Gillian statement:I will ask City Council tonight to extend the shared services agreement with Sea Isle City for George Savastano to work as our business administrator and municipal engineer.Under a short-term agreement this summer, George has been extremely effective in project management, budget control, and in leading the city team. I’m very excited by the potential of what we can accomplish together over the next four years.The agreement represents a substantial savings to both towns, and the shared knowledge and resources will be invaluable. With George’s intimate knowledge of Ocean City and his experience as an engineer, we are able to combine two positions and get more effective leadership at the same time.  I know Sea Isle City Mayor Lenny Desiderio is equally excited, and both of us will continue to look for more opportunities for shared services on behalf of our taxpayers. Fact SheetCurrent salary as Sea Isle City business administrator: $159,750.Salary as of Sept. 1, if agreement is approved: $184,000.Ocean City’s cost share: $8,000 monthly for business administrator services and $5,000 monthly for municipal engineer services.Sea Isle City’s cost share: $2,333 monthly, plus all costs for health and employee benefits, vehicle, pension and other legacy costs. George Savastano, pictured with Sea Isle City Public Information Officer Katherine Custer, will serve as both Ocean City and Sea Isle City’s business administrator under a proposed shared services agreement between both towns.last_img

first_img[Photo: Andrew Rios]GRiZ’s Good Will Continue Tour Dates10/11 – The Observatory – Orange County, CA10/12 – The Observatory – San Diego, CA10/13 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA10/14 – The Warfield – San Francisco, CA1015 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA10/18 – McDonald Theatre – Eugene, OR10/19 – Roseland Theater – Portland, OR10/20 – Vancouver Forum – Vancouver, BC10/21 – The Hive – Sandpoint, ID10/22 – The Wilma – Missoula, MT10/26 – Myth – Minneapolis, MN10/27 – Freaky Deaky at Wisconsin Center – Milwaukee, WI10/28 – Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland – Kansas City, MO10/29 – Hulaween – Live Oak, FL10/31 – Express Live! – Columbus, OH11/1 – Capitol Theatre – Port Chester, NY11/2 – Fillmore – Philadelphia, PA11/3 – The Palladium – Worcester, MA11/4 – The Anthem – Washington, D.C.11/5 – Palace Theatre – Albany, NY11/7 – The National – Richmond, VA11/9 – Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN11/10 – Coca-Cola Roxy Theatre – Atlanta, GA11/11 – Orpheum Theater – New Orleans, LA12/1 – Dominican Holidaze – Punta Cana, DO12/2 – Dominican Holidaze – Punta Cana, DO Yesterday afternoon, renowned DJ, producer, and saxophonist GRiZ surprised his fans by dropping the second installment of his mixtape series, Chasing The Golden Hour. The first mixtape in the series, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 1, was released back in 2015. At the time, Chasing The Golden Pt. 1 gained a lot of buzz from fans and critics alike, as the mix deviated from the DJ’s usual style. Now, two years later, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2 is free and available to the public and serves as a perfect follow-up to its predecessor.GRiZ Debuts Live Band At Two-Night Red Rocks Run [Photos]Featuring ten individual tracks, Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2 perfectly captures the vibes of summertime, making it an appropriate end of summer gift to fans. The mix still blends hip-hop, soul, dance, and R&B in GRiZ’s characteristic manner, while simultaneously using minimalist beats and blended instrumental tracks to create a more laid-back feel to the project. Chasing The Golden Hour Pt. 2’s release comes on the heels of GRiZ’s three back-to-back sold-out performances, including two headlining performances at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. This latest release from GRiZ also comes after the producer launched his own beer line last week—his similarly named Chasing The Golden Hour Ale in collaboration with Great Divide Brewing Company, which is a colette brewed with Colorado peaches.You can check out the latest release from GRiZ here, plus check out his upcoming dates for his Good Will Continue tour below.last_img

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