The council will meet on Thursday and the issue is on the agenda.
Ghorayeb took over as the interim city manager back in April, a week after long time city manager Eileen Stein resigned.
Gorayeb says he knows in the past there's been some acrimony on the council, but he wants to look forward, not back.
"Honestly I'm not interested in looking at the past. I wasn't part of it and I want to move forward. As a city council I believe we've made good, smart decisions in managing Sisters."
Gorayeb has lived in Sisters for seven years. His backgorund is in commercial real estate. He currently serves on the Sisters School Board and the Sisters Park and Rec Board.