Miguel Santana

May 28, 2014

City of Los Angeles’ CAO Miguel Santana Unpacks Fiscal and Budget Challenges

With pension obligations remaining a prominent burden, CAO Miguel Santana describes the budget challenges still facing the City of Los Angeles.

March 4, 2013

Miguel Santana, LA's City Administrative Officer, Demystifies Next Mayor's Fiscal Challenge

At the dawn of the Los Angeles March 5th Primary Nominating Election, TPR is pleased to offer the following exclusive interview with Miguel Santana, Chief Administrative Officer for the City of LA, on the fiscal challenges facing the next administration.

September 5, 2012

LA City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana Often Speaks Truth to Power

Los Angeles City Administrative Officer Miguel Santana talks about his role in finding solutions to the City's budget crisis, a problem rooted in structural deficits. Can the City of Los Angeles afford to lose or afford to keep the experienced and skilled employees capable of leading the City through the current financial storm?

April 2, 2017

Miguel Santana: A Respected Public Servant Moves Forward

An exit interview with Miguel Santana, former Chief Administrative Officer for the City of Los Angeles, about the fiscal health of the region and his new position as president and CEO at Fairplex.

November 17, 2016

Engines of Growth: Financing Cities' Infrastructure Priorities & Ambitions

TPR presents highlights from the Milken Institute's California Summit, featuring Gray Davis, Miguel Santana, Darrell Steinberg, and Ashley Swearengin.

April 20, 2015

CAO Santana on LA City Structural Deficit & Trade-Offs in Mayor’s Budget

CAO Miguel Santana unpacks the assumptions imbedded in the FY 2015-2016 budget, frankly commenting on labor negotiations.

April 2, 2013

Keith Comrie, Former Los Angeles CAO, Confirms that City's Fiscal Everest Has Deep Roots

Following a March TPR interview with Los Angeles Chief Administrative Officer Miguel Santan, Keith Comrie, CAO from 1979 to 1999, provides context to the City's fiscal issues and path forward.

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