DMB Senior Vice President Resigns Saltworks Position

John Bruno was responsible for leading the development of the DMB Redwood City Saltworks project.

DMB Associates, Inc., Senior Vice President and General Manager John Bruno has resigned his position according to sources close to Redwood City’s Spectrum Magazine. He has taken a position as President of San Jose Construction company.

Bruno was responsible for leading the development efforts of DMB Redwood City Saltworks. The Saltworks is a joint venture formed between Cargill Inc. and DMB Associates Inc. to determine the future use of the 1,433-acre Saltworks property in Redwood City.

DMB Associates was not immediately available for a comment.

DMB Associates is one of the largest private landowners in California with seven projects that total more than 100,000 acres.

The resignation comes shortly after the developer and promised .

The Saltworks company conducts polls periodically to gauge public interest in the project, and residents have said that them various questions. 

Karen May 17, 2012 at 01:56 PM
Ditto your comment, Ralph.
Roger Brina May 17, 2012 at 03:05 PM
Good riddance, hope the project itself "resigns" as well. Wonder if John Bruno is going to remain on the local Chamber of Commerce now that the one project he was supposed to spearhead is dead in the water? P.S. Isn't Steve Penna (head of Spectrum Magazine) friends with Rosanne Foust and others who were pushing for the (now dead) Saltworks project? Pretty sure that's what "sources close to Spectrum" refers to.
Ralph Garcia May 17, 2012 at 04:09 PM
Nobody was pushing this project except DMB and Saltworks, they were doing what we elected them to do. I wish people would get off the blame game.
Reality Check May 17, 2012 at 04:47 PM
Penna clearly loves hobnobbing with council members and nobody was elected to entertain and encourage years-long efforts to develop and sell our city on massive proposals to fill our easily-restorable Baylands on which such development is (and long has been) prohibited. The responsible and perfectly legal/permitted thing for the city to do would have been to save everyone a lot of time, money and grief and say "sorry Cargill, that's not a concept we're going to entertain."
rc resident June 29, 2012 at 07:00 AM
Watch DMB employee explain the planned development https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vcVup_POLu4


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