SOUTHPADREISLAND — After two years of service as city manager, Bill DiLibero is calling it quits.
Yesterday, DiLibero handed his letter of resignation to the city attorney, formally announcing he will be leaving his duties as city manager.
“As far as I am concerned, I think he worked hard and he’s a nice man,” City Councilman Dennis Stahl said. “I wish him the very best.”
The City Council will hold a special meeting Tuesday at 9 a.m. to accept DiLibero’s resignation.
There was no indication at Wednesday’s City Council meeting that DiLibero was going anywhere.
The last item on the agenda called for an executive session to discuss possible action on DiLibero’s evaluation as city manager.
Stahl said that after the executive session, Mayor Berry Patel made a motion to open contract discussion with DiLibero and the motion passed.
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