Tell Menlo Park what you want in a city manager -- the city has posted an online survey to ask residents what skills, experience, and attributes the successful applicant should have.
Interim City Manager Glen Rojas retired on July 15, but remains on as a contractor through December or until the city hires a replacement.
Go here to take the survey, which will stay online until Sept. 20. Residents can also comment during the City Council Tuesday night meetings on Sept. 13 and Sept. 20, or write recruitment firm Avery Associates at MPCM@averyassoc.net.
Of course, the ability to tell the council what you think about the new city manager -- or the old one -- will continue to be available during public comment on Tuesday nights.