Turlock proposes reorganizing city departments. How could it affect public services?

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The Turlock City Council on Tuesday may approve plans to reorganize city departments in an effort to run public services more efficiently, per a staff report.

Proposed changes include appointing a deputy city manager for the first time and eliminating two departments while creating two new ones.

Sarah Eddy would assume the deputy position under City Manager Reagan Wilson’s proposal, he said Monday, and leave her current post as interim administrative services director. If the council approves, the city will eliminate both the Administrative Services and the Parks, Recreations and Public Facilities departments. Turlock also would create separate public works and human resources departments to replace them.

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