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The Republic azcentral.com While the vast majority of Gilbert employees, including police officers, paramedics and clerks, have gone several years without a pay raise, a handful of workers, primarily in upper management, have quietly been more
The Republic azcentral.com A disgruntled former Gilbert employee who recently left his job for a position in Mesa publicly aired his concerns in an e-mail to the Town Council, relating the "stress and suffering" inflicted by management during his
The Republic azcentral.com Two Gilbert department heads were recently fired as part of organizational changes by new Town Manager Patrick Banger, who said they lacked the competencies and leadership abilities the town needed. Community Services
The Republic azcentral.com It may not have been the best of times or the worst of times, but 2011 was a busy time in Gilbert...Mormon temple starts to emerge The Gilbert Mormon Temple, which will serve the more than 70,000 members of the Church of
The Republic azcentral.com As Gilbert's new town manager walked his dogs in a still-unfamiliar neighborhood, Patrick Banger witnessed something uniquely Arizonan. Banger saw several black lights shining in the distance and went to investigate.
The Republic azcentral.com During his first 90 days as Gilbert's top administrator, Town Manager Patrick Banger met with about 80 town employees, business owners and regional partners to learn more about the community he now leads.
The Arizona Republic Gilbert's economic-development team is under new management, after new Town Manager Patrick Banger reorganized the division in one of his first big moves since starting the job Aug. 15. Economic Development Manager Dan Henderson'
The Arizona Republic During an annual two-day retreat last weekend, Gilbert's top leaders debated how best to keep the "whirlwind" from blowing away their "WIGs." Drawing on a concept from consulting firm FranklinCovey, town administrators unveiled
The Arizona Republic New Town Manager Patrick Banger completed his first day on the job Monday and got his first taste of a Gilbert council meeting, a 80-minute study session that featured discussion on a handful of key issues facing the town.
The Arizona Republic The Gilbert Town Council on Tuesday approved a contract with town manager finalist Patrick Banger, who is set to start the job on Aug. 15 and will earn a base salary of $170,000. Banger was formally selected with a unanimous vote,