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City of Peoria Press Release

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Long-time Employee Leaving Peoria

Will Manage the Town of Narragansett, Rhode Island


PEORIA, Ariz – (Jan. 20, 2010) – Deputy Community Services Director Grady Miller recently announced he has accepted the town manager position of Narragansett, Rhode Island.

Miller has worked for the City of Peoria for over 19 years. He began working for the City of Peoria as the Assistant to the City Manager in 1990. He continued working in that capacity until 2002 when he was promoted to lead the Communications and Public Affairs Department. In 2009 he became the Deputy Director of the Community Services Department.

During most of his career in Peoria, Miller has worked directly for Peoria’s city managers and closely with Peoria’s Mayor and City Council.

“I’m fortunate to have received excellent experience working with topnotch city managers and elected officials,” explains Miller. “I’m sad to be leaving the City of Peoria because it has been an extended family to me, but I am eager to start working for the Town of Narragansett.”

Miller’s career accomplishments in Peoria include serving as the project manager for the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Peoria which was completed in 2007; launching and managing Peoria Channel 11, an award-winning local government channel that broadcasts Peoria-based original television programming and City Council meetings; managing and expanding Peoria’s public art program; and securing a sister city with the Borough of Ards, Northern Ireland.

The Narragansett Town Council will be holding a special meeting on January 27 to appoint Miller as town manager. As town manager, Miller will provide leadership to an organization with 160 employees when he starts later in February.

“Grady has been a dedicated public servant for Peoria, and has contributed a great deal to this organization over nearly two decades,” says Carl Swenson, Peoria’s city manager. “While he will be missed, we understand and fully support his desire to take on new challenges in his professional life.”

Narragansett is a coastal town with 16,000 residents that lies across the bay from Newport, Rhode Island. Prior to coming to Peoria, Miller worked five years for the cities of Burbank and Santa Ana in Southern California. He holds a master’s degree in public administration from ASU and a bachelor’s degree in public administration from San Diego State University.

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