Just a few months after Gary O’Connell departed as Charlottesville city manager, Bob Tucker has announced he’s stepping down as the county executive, NBC-29 reports. In the equivalent role to O’Connell’s, Tucker has run the county for twenty years. His retirement is effective December 31. Expect a search firm to be hired and a national search to be conducted. Presumably this puts the county in the awkward position of competing with the city for the same talent.
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Isn’t it nice that they are looking out for us poor citizens, saving us ALL sorts of money by not doing a real search for someone who might have a better approach to county government, and just hiring an insider?
And it’s even better that they didn’t even make a pretense of getting public input.
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