WPR News
4:47 am
Mon December 10, 2007

City Tries To Make Do

Laramie, Wyoming –
A Laramie city official says despite receiving around 12 resignations this year, that they are not putting aside major projects. The community has been bombarded with resignations in city hall and even had their top candidate for the city manager post decline the job. Of all the positions, Vice Mayor Seth Carson says they need a city attorney as quickly as possible. We don't have a choice to go much further past that because as you know this is a municipality its very legally intensive and we have to fill that position and I can say that as a necessity statement more than anything.
Carson says they need that position filled by February at the latest.
So far this year, the city has received resignations from its city manager, public works director, city engineer, and city attorney. Even the acting city manager resigned.