When Killeen City Manager Ron Olson officially steps down from his post Monday, he will be leaving the city in far better shape than when he arrived just over 2½ years ago.

Since he took the city’s reins in February 2017, Olson has been instrumental in streamlining the management process at City Hall and bringing greater accountability and oversight to the city’s financial practices — something that was sorely needed in the wake of a management audit that found shortcomings in these areas.

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