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Former Grover Beach City Manager Robert Perrault is being considered for the interim city administrator job in Guadalupe. 

The Guadalupe City Council will consider appointing former Grover Beach City Manager Robert Perrault to serve as interim city administrator during its Tuesday meeting. 

Perrault, who retired from Grover Beach in 2016 after serving as city manager for 10 years, has a combined 34 years of experience in municipal government. 

If confirmed by the City Council, Perrault would begin serving as interim city administrator on March 1. 

City Administrator Cruz Ramos, who submitted her resignation in December, will serve through the end of the month. Ramos' resignation request came two years into her three-year contract with the city. 

In addition to interim city administrator appointment, the City Council's agenda item would appointment Perrault to an "extra help" position that would begin Feb. 18. The "extra help" designation would allow Perrault to begin working as needed before the interim position begins March 1. 

Due to CalPERS regulations for retired employees, Perrault would be limited to working 960 hours during the 2018-19 fiscal year, or about 30 hours per week.  

He would be paid the same $55 per hour rate as the current city administrator but would not receive any other employment benefits.

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Razi Syed covers Santa Maria City Government for Lee Central Coast Newspapers.  Follow him on Twitter @razisyed