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City of Mercer Island names new deputy city manager

Noel Treat, who currently is serving as Deputy Superintendent for the Seattle School District, is Mercer Island’s new Deputy City Manager.

“I am delighted that we were able to attract a candidate as capable and experienced as Noel," said City Manager Rich Conrad. "He brings an exceptional background in public management and law that will be an outstanding fit for our organization. All of his references agreed -- he is a man of great talents, high integrity and good humor. We all look forward to working with him.”

Treat’s first day with the City will be Monday, May 29th. He replaces James Mason, who left the City in February for a job with Ventura, California.

Treat was one of five finalists for the Deputy City Manager position selected from a pool of 111 applicants. In addition to serving as Deputy Superintendent for the Seattle School District, Treat’s experience includes serving as Chief of Staff for King County Executive, Chief of Staff for Seattle City Light, Policy and Government Relations Officer for King County, Section Head for King County Prosecutor’s Office, and a contract City Attorney for several Western Washington cities.

Treat, a Seattle resident, said he’s excited to be joining the City of Mercer Island. "I am honored to have been selected and to join the City's top notch leadership team.  The Island is a special place and I look forward to serving its residents."

For more information, contact Assistant City Manager Glenn Boettcher at 206-275-7802 or glenn.boettcher@mercergov.org

 

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