Retired Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen, second from right, receives a proclamation from Deputy Mayor Kate Dexter, right, on Tuesday in recognition of his 33 years of service to the city. He is flanked by his son, Joel, his wife, Jan, and daughter, Teresa. Dan McKeen, 62, became Port Angeles Fire Chief in 2000 and City Manager in 2012. His last day working for the city was Wednesday. “I’m looking forward to spending more time with my family, and I’ve been really blessed in my career,” he said. Nathan West, former Port Angeles Community and Economic director and acting city manager, became full-time city manager today. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

Retired Port Angeles City Manager Dan McKeen, second from right, receives a proclamation from Deputy Mayor Kate Dexter, right, on Tuesday in recognition of his 33 years of service to the city. He is flanked by his son, Joel, his wife, Jan, and daughter, Teresa. Dan McKeen, 62, became Port Angeles Fire Chief in 2000 and City Manager in 2012. His last day working for the city was Wednesday. “I’m looking forward to spending more time with my family, and I’ve been really blessed in my career,” he said. Nathan West, former Port Angeles Community and Economic director and acting city manager, became full-time city manager today. (Rob Ollikainen/Peninsula Daily News)

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