FIRM HAND—Coroalles led the city’s growth and beautification efforts for 15 years. Acorn file photo
Tony Coroalles has announced he’ll be retiring this summer after 15 years as the city manager of Calabasas.
He came to the city in 2003 as a replacement for Donald Duckworth, who managed the city from 2000 to 2003.
“I’m going to be turning 66, so it’s about time,” Coroalles said. “I was looking (to retire) last year, too, so I bought a place in Lake Oconee in Georgia. My wife has family d...