Pasadena City Manager Sergio Gonzalez named a new chief deputy city clerk Monday to take on
the day-to-day duties from longtime City Clerk Sally Kilby.
Gonzalez named Yvette Hall for the job, according to a news statement issued by Chief Deputy City Clerk Desiree Jimenez.
“Having served most recently as the City Clerk of La Cañada Flintridge, Ms. Hall brings a lot of experience and will make a great addition to our City team,” the statement quoted Gonzalez as saying. “With the recent departure of the irreplaceable former City Clerk, Sally Kilby, the new
Chief Deputy City Clerk and her staff will continue to address the requests and needs of the Council and community.”
Hall, who began work at City Hall Monday, will manage the city clerk’s office. Her various other duties include serving as the city’s elections official as well as the City Council meeting recording secretary, according to the news statement. Hall will report directly to Gonzalez and will provide administrative support to the City Council.
In the Nov. 5 general municipal elections, South Pasadena elected Evelyn G. Zneimer as city clerk. Zneimer, a South Pasadena resident and attorney who ran unopposed for the post, will not be taking on the day-to-day responsibilities that Kilby performed for slightly more than 13 years.
Any questions about the city clerk’s office may be addressed to the city manager’s office at (626) 403-7210.