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Eric Duyshart, Economic Development Manager for the City of Pasadena for 31 years, announced yesterday he’s leaving his position.
By News Desk
As part of the City Manager’s office, Duyshart pursues investment in Pasadena, serves as a liaison between the business community and City Hall, and coordinates a range of special projects including the management of City’s real estate. He also represents the city on several boards including the Pasadena Center Operating Company, the San Gabriel Valley Economic Partnership, and the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation.
Duyshart received a BS degree in Urban and Regional Planning from Cal Poly Pomona and a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Cal State Northridge. Eric’s wife Marti has been a teacher in the Arcadia School District and they have two adult children – Peter and Mark.
The departure of Duyshart is the latest of a string of retirement for key Pasadena positions since the city manager announced his retirement.
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