In his letter, Sorrell does not provide a reason for his resignation but says, “We have a great team and I am confident they will keep the momentum moving in a positive direction.”
Hughes strikes a similar tone in her resignation letter, thanking the city for the work opportunity and saying, “I strived to earn every penny that I was paid for the taxpayers by working hard each and every day.”
The city has named Brian Inderrieden as the acting director of the department. Sorrell has not returned repeated requests for comment.
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