Gorayeb stepped in three months ago when former city manager Eileen Stein resigned.
City Councilor David Asson had some concerns when Gorayeb initially expressed some interest in the permanent job - -but now feels he's the man for the post.
"Based on his performance and a lot of discussion with community leaders, it appears those concerns were overstated and I am now convinced in this matter it'l be good for Sisters."
Asson says he was concerned the search for a new permanent city manager would not be transparent enough.
But feels the last several months have shown Gorayeb is a good fit for the job.