Johnson City names new deputy city manager

Published 8:31 am Tuesday, July 2, 2024

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JOHNSON CITY – Johnson City City Manager Cathy Ball announced that Randy Trivette had assumed the role of deputy city manager effective Monday, July 1.

“Randy is an outstanding leader with an exceptional track record in local government leadership,” Ball said. “Randy’s expertise is highly valued and trusted in daily operations. This is evident in the strong relationships he has within each City department, which has led to consistently positive outcomes for the many projects he oversees.”

In 2018, Trivette joined the city as the first director of Facilities Management, managing highly visible projects including the Langston Centre, Liberty Bell cafeteria and gymnasium, and classroom additions at South Side and Woodland elementary schools. Prior to that, he served as town recorder for Erwin for nine years from 2004 to 2013 and as the building official for five years from 1999 to 2004.

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Trivette was appointed Johnson City assistant city manager in 2022. Throughout his tenure with the city, he has demonstrated exemplary project management skills while respectfully balancing the interests of department leaders, employees, citizens, and a multitude of stakeholders.

“I’m honored to receive this promotion,” said Trivette. “I want to thank Mrs. Ball as well as our Board of Commissioners for their confidence in me and the opportunity to continue serving our community in this new capacity.”


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