City of Bishop and City Administrator Ron Phillips Agree To End Employment Relationaship As Of January 26, 2022

 

The City of Bishop and City Administrator Ron Phillips have mutually agreed to end the employment relationship between the City and Mr. Phillips effective January 26, 2022.  Mr. Phillips will remain on administrative leave until the effective date of this separation and Deston Dishion will remain Acting City Administrator.  Under the parties’ agreement, Mr. Phillips will receive severance pay equal to six months’ salary and health benefits, consistent with the severance under his contract.  The City Council wishes Mr. Phillips the best in his future endeavors and will be considering options for filling the City Administrator position.

 

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Allen Berrey
Allen Berrey
8 months ago

Yet another example of the letter and spirit of Ralph M. Brown Act being subverted: What did the City Adminstrator do to get himself fired? We deserve to know. The purpose of the Brown Act is to assure that the People – the electorate – know what their elected and… Read more »

Eastside Local
Eastside Local
8 months ago

Mr. Phillip’s was ineffective as City Adiminstrator- at best he was nothing more than a shadow lurking behind Zoom meetings, at worst he just was never there and completely unresponsive. In three years the city has gone through 2 administrators and nothing has been done, I feel sad for the… Read more »

What the ???
What the ???
8 months ago

How many high paid City Administrators has Bishop gone through in recent years?? How much has this debacle cost tax payers when taking into consideration the head hunter fees and contract payoffs incurred? It’s ridiculous!

Andrew
Andrew
8 months ago

What’s the story? Fired?