Interim city manager names new leadership changes for San Marcos staff

Interim City Manager Stephanie Reyes assumes the role of city manager Feb. 1. (Photos courtesy city of San Marcos)
Interim City Manager Stephanie Reyes assumes the role of city manager Feb. 1. (Photos courtesy city of San Marcos)

Interim City Manager Stephanie Reyes assumes the role of city manager Feb. 1. (Photos courtesy city of San Marcos)

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Anna Miranda was named interim finance director for the city.
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Laurie Moyer will assume the office of interim assistant city manager.
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Shaun Condor was named interim director of engineering and capital improvements.
Interim City Manager Stephanie Reyes announced changes within the city of San Marcos leadership organization that will take effect following the retirement of the current city manager, Bert Lumbreras, on Jan. 31 according to a press release.

The current director of engineering and capital improvements, Laurie Moyer, will be appointed interim assistant city manager. The current assistant director of capital improvements, Shaun Condor, will replace Moyer in that role as the interim director of engineering and capital improvements.

The current assistant director of finance, Anna Miranda, will be appointed as the interim finance director for the city following the resignation of Finance Director Marie Kalka, who resigned Jan. 18.

All the changes are to take place Feb. 1.

“In looking at the transition, I considered continuity of operations, leadership development and succession planning. My goal is to ensure our city team is experienced, accessible and responsive to the organization, [City] Council and the community,” Reyes said in a statement. Reyes was named interim city manager by the council unanimously Dec. 7.


Moyer has worked for the city since 1988 in various capacities and led annual development of the 10-year capital improvements plan, according to the release.

Condor first came to work for the city as a project engineer in 2012 and was promoted to assistant director of capital improvements in 2020. He previously worked for Dallas Water Utilities and the San Antonio Water System.

Miranda has more than 20 years of experience in public finance. She was previously the finance director for the city of Cibolo for 10 years.

“I believe these leadership changes will help us lead our growing community to achieve continued success. We are ready to listen, work hard and move forward together,” Reyes said.
By Eric Weilbacher

Editor, New Braunfels and San Marcos/Buda/Kyle

Eric joinedCommunity Impact Newspaper as an editor in July 2021, returning to journalism after several years in the New Braunfels business community. Prior to CI, Eric freelanced for multiple publications and was a reporter for the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung. He brings a passion for accurate, compelling story telling and human interest to his work.