Frisco town manager announces resignation effective Oct. 9 |

Frisco town manager announces resignation effective Oct. 9

Summit Daily staff report
Randy Ready
Special to the Daily

Announced on Thursday, Frisco town manager Randy Ready, who has been with the town since January 2017, has submitted his resignation.

According to the town, Ready is resigning to take care of family obligations and pursue other opportunities in the Denver area. His last day will be Oct. 9.

Frisco Town Council has appointed assistant town manager Diane McBride to fill Ready’s position in the interim, effective Oct. 10. Town council is expected to discuss the search process for a new manager at its first meeting in October.

“When I arrived in Frisco two years ago, it was to take on new challenges and become part of the community,” Ready said in a statement. “It has been an amazing adventure, with an opportunity to serve alongside the incredibly talented and dedicated professionals who work for the town.

“It has been an honor to work with the mayor and council members on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here. This is a very special place. The relationships that my wife and I have developed are precious to us and make the prospect of moving on bittersweet.”

In the release, Frisco Mayor Gary Wilkinson applauded Ready’s work over the last two years.

“We appreciate Randy’s many accomplishments on behalf of the town of Frisco,” Wilkinson said. “He has been especially helpful in moving our workforce housing, transportation, community planning and short-term rental regulations forward.”

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