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Overton resigns from Association post

RANCHO SANTA FE — In a news release issued on June 30, from the Rancho Santa Fe Association, Manager Bill Overton announced his resignation from the position, citing personal reasons.

“It is with regret that I tender my resignation as RSFA Manager,” Overton said in the statement. “I would like to thank the Board for its support throughout my tenure, particularly these last few months as I have focused on recovering from a health condition.”

Overton said that he is successfully on the mend “health-wise,” but that his recovery timeframe is not compatible with Association operations.

“I would also like to thank the community, volunteers and staff for the support of me as RSFA Manager and for their collective hard work over many years that has served to make Rancho Santa Fe the great community that is,” Overton said.

The Rancho Santa Fe Board of Directors will address the issue of filling the Association Manager position over the coming weeks, according to the press release.

Don May will continue his role as acting manager in the interim.

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