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Louisville City Council accepts city manager’s resignation – BizWest

By meerna Jul10,2024
Louisville City Council accepts city manager’s resignation – BizWest

LOUISVILLE — The Louisville City Council unanimously approved Tuesday evening separation agreement with city manager jeff durbinwhich effectively ended the term of the city’s top unelected official after less than three years in the position.

The vote, which came with little discussion among city officials, came less than a month after the Louisville City Council opened an investigation into Durbin over an unspecified personnel matter.

“There’s not much that any of us can or should say at this point,” Louisville Mayor Chris Leh said. “We take this process very, very seriously.”


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Deputy City Manager Samma Fox Fox has been running the city’s day-to-day operations since June 19, when the Louisville City Council called an emergency meeting to begin an investigation into Durbin. The reason for the meeting was not specified.

The termination agreement, which is retroactive to July 1, allows Durbin to collect 30 days of pay and cover the cost of three months of COBRA benefits.

The agreement will go into effect when Durbin signs it, after the seven-day withdrawal period required by federal law has passed.

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