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Miller Looks Back at Mayoral Term

With the election of a new mayor this evening, that means Dan Miller’s two-year term will come to an end. A lot has happened in the city during the past 24 months, but for Miller, the thing that tops the list is the completion of the Dorsey Drive interchange…

Listen to Dan Miller 1

Miller, making the comments during his final ‘Monday with the Mayor’ session yesterday. Miller says other highlights of his term include Grass Valley moving from a City Administrator to a City Manager form of government, the passage and implementation of Measure N, the creation of two Lieutenant positions in the Grass Valley Police Department, and the Chamber of Commerce moving across the street from City Hall and opening a visitors center. Miller says one disappointment, though, was that they couldn’t come to an agreement with other agencies on a shared fire chief…

Listen to Dan Miller 2

Miller leaves for the Board of Supervisors, and will be sworn in to that office on January fifth. Vice Mayor Jason Fouyer recalls runnig for City Council with Miller four years ago…

Listen to Jason Fouyer

Miller mentioned that he went to high school with Fouyer’s dad. Miller will be recognized for his service during the early part of tonight’s City Council meeting.

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