Holler Hired as City Development Services Director

News release from the City of Murrieta: MURRIETA -- The City of Murrieta announced today the hiring of Ivan Holler as the City's dev...

News release from the City of Murrieta:

MURRIETA -- The City of Murrieta announced today the hiring of Ivan Holler as the City's development services director.

Holler is currently assistant manager/planning director for the Rancho Santa Fe Association, and brings with him a great deal of experience in the wide-ranging field of municipal management. Holler will be responsible for overseeing the departments of Planning, Building and Safety, Engineering and Public Works Divisions. He will start work in Murrieta on April 27.

"I am very pleased to welcome Ivan to the City of Murrieta," said City Manager Rick Dudley. "His experience with the County of San Diego and Rancho Santa Fe Association brings breadth and depth in both technical skills and customer service."

Holler has over 15 years of combined management experience in land use planning in the public and private sector, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Landscape Architecture from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and is a licensed landscape architect.

In addition to his current position of assistant manager/planning director, Holler has served as deputy director of the Department of Planning and Land Use, and Chief of the Building Division for the County of San Diego. He has also served as a policy advisor to the Board of Supervisors for the areas of Planning, Land Use, Planning Commission, SANDAG and LAFCO.

He was appointed by the County Board of Supervisors, Chairman of the County of San Diego Red Tape Reduction Task Force, focused on improving the discretionary permitting process streamlining.

"I am honored to have been selected and very excited to become a part of the team at the City of Murrieta," said Holler.

Apart from work, Holler enjoys spending time with his family and cycling.

Visit Murrieta’s website at www.murrieta.org for information about the City and its services, the community, recreation programs, education, and local business.


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