Former Assistant City Manager Bob Johnson sat in the city manager's seat for the first time Tuesday during a meeting at the .
He was promoted to city manager after Shawn Nelson resigned late last year. To read about his resignation, .
Johnson held a high-level position with the county of government before coming to Temecula. To read more about him, .
He will be annually, which is about $100,000 less than the man he is replacing. To read about last year's best-paid city employees,