David Wescoe, the administrator and chief executive officer of San Diego City Employees’ Retirement System, is leaving the city to take the same job with the Motion Picture Industry’s pension program.

Wescoe has been with SDCERS for more than three years and shepherded the system through the fallout from the city’s pension accounting scandal. He also is known as not being shy to express his views.

Wescoe’s resignation letter and two press releases are available on the SDCERS website. His last day with SDCERS will be Nov. 30.


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