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|January 24, 2019|
Redlands unloads city manager of nearly 12 years
REDLANDS – (INT) – Nabar Enrique Martinez will get 15 months of severance pay after he was fired as City Manager by the City Council this week, the Redlands Daily Facts reported.
Martinez was placed on leave last month after sexual harassment allegations were made by former human resources director Amy Hagan.
No official announcements of Martinez’ termination were made by city officials citing confidentially in personnel matters.
The value of Martinez’ total salary and benefits was $436,685 annually.
Martinez was previously City Manager of Lynwood and was hired in Redlands in April, 2007. He was credited with planning and implementing a financial turnaround for Redlands that had not had a balanced budget in five years.
While in Lynwood, Martinez was placed on administrative leave and married the assistant city manager of finance in 2006.
Prior to that as assistant city manager of operations in Pasadena, the Pasadena Star-News reported Martinez’s executive assistant accused him of harassment in 2003 but dropped her claim after her request to transfer to a different department was granted.
Story Date: November 12, 2018