City Manager

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The City of Mill Creek is a Council-Manager form of government. This means that all legislative policy-making powers are vested in the City Council. The council appoints a City Manager to carry out the legislative policies the Council develops. The City Manager is the head of the executive branch of city government.

Rebecca Polizzotto, City Manager
Polizzotto serves as the City's Chief Executive Officer and is appointed by the City Council to manage the administrative affairs of the City through professional leadership and management practices. She is responsible for providing management direction for all City departments and activities; developing the City's biennial budget; and representing the City within the community and at the regional, state and federal levels to advance Mill Creek's priorities and interests.

Prior to taking the reins at the City of Mill Creek, Polizzotto served 11 years as a Senior Assistant State Attorney General in Alaska. Polizzotto previously worked her way up to city manager from police officer in Conyers, Ga., near Atlanta. During Polizzotto's 20-year tenure in Georgia, she served in various positions and made arrangements for equestrian activities for the 1996 Olympic Games.

Polizzotto has a master's degree in public administration and a law degree from Georgia State University, and a bachelor's degree in political science Emory University. She also completed a program for government executives at Harvard University. When she has some down time, Polizzotto can be found reading, knitting, or watching college and NFL football. She joined the City in June 2015.
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Rebecca Polizzotto
City Manager

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