Huntington Beach

New development director on agenda

HUNTINGTON BEACH City Council on Monday will consider the appointment of a new community development director (Orange County Tribune photo).

The hiring of a new director of community development tops the agenda for Monday’s meeting of the Huntington Beach City Council.


Ursula Luna-Reynosa – most recently the community development director for the City of Dana Point – is the pick for the post which oversees planning, building, code enforcement, economic development, redevelopment and communications (including marketing and public relations).

Before her turn in Dana Point (April 2013 to present), she’s served as economic development director for the California cities of Vallejo and Tracy. In Pittsburg, California she served as administrative analyst, property manager and redevelopment project director.

She holds a B.A. degree in economics from the University of California at Riverside.

Her salary and benefits would start at $100.13 per hour, which – based on a 40-hour work week – would amount to $4005.20 cents a week, or $208,270.40 annually, based on 52 weeks.

The council meets in its chambers at 2000 Main St (at Yorktown Avenue) at 6 p.m.

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