Statesboro City Manager Fired

Written by  Tuesday, 24 June 2014 16:39

 

Statesboro City Manager Frank Parker has been terminated effective immediately due to a violation of the Georgia Open Meetings Act.

Statesboro Mayor Jan Moore and Statesboro City Council took the action Tuesday.

An investigation from the state's Attorney General's Office may be sought due to comments Parker made at a department head meeting.

The city council voted three to two in favor of Parker's termination.

Robert Cheshire has been names the interim city manager.

The city council has also approved an independent council to conduct an investigation.

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