INDIO, CA (July 5, 2017) – The City Council, together with City Manager Dan Martinez, mutually agreed to end their relationship as of July 5, 2017. Mr. Martinez joined the City at a critical time during the economic downturn in 2010. Over the last seven years he has been a great asset in achieving the City Council’s primary goals of reestablishing the reserve fund and strengthening the City’s finances as well as implementing fiscally prudent policies and management practices. “On behalf of the City Council, City employees and residents, we thank Mr. Martinez for his dedication and service to the City of Indio for the past seven years,” said Indio Mayor Elaine Holmes.
“I thank the City Council for affording me the opportunity to serve the community where I grew up. It has truly been an honor and a privilege. I am extremely proud of the many accomplishments and advances that we have made during my tenure. The City of Indio is a vibrant community that is on a healthy and strong financial path with an excellent team of hard working dedicated employees. I sincerely appreciate and thank each and every one of them for their commitment and support during the past seven years,” said Mr. Martinez.