Paso Robles appoints new airport manager


Mark Scandal.

Mark Scandal

Mark Scandal.

Former manager Roger Oxborrow retires after 37 years

–The city of Paso Robles has appointed Mark Scandalis as airport manager, retired by Roger Oxborrow after decades of service to the city.

Roger Oxborrow was honored at the June 21 city council meeting for his 37 years of dedicated service to Paso Robles Airport, and is replaced by Scandalis, who had the unique opportunity to apprentice under Roger before be offered the job.

“I am delighted to appoint Mark to this critical position. The airport is in transition as the city explores opportunities for spaceports and technology corridors,” said City Manager Ty Lewis.

Mark has worked for the city since 2014 and has a solid background in public works. “As the city begins a new era for the Municipal Airport, I am excited to lead the airport into the future while honoring the traditions of the past 49 years,” Scandalis said.

Scandalis graduated from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and before moving to Paso Robles was employed by the cities of San Luis Obispo and San Clemente.

Scandalis officially assumed his new role on June 13.

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