HOLLAND, MICH. - After 17 years, Holland's deputy clerk is gone following a closed council session last week.
Interim city manager Greg Robinson tells WZZM 13 that Anna Perales' resignation was accepted after a closed session with council members and the city attorney.
Robinson says legal opinion was sought prior to accepting the resignation but wouldn't say why. Robinson added he was grateful for Perales' 17 years of service she gave to the city.
Holland interim City Manager Greg Robinson confirms after 17 years, Holland Deputy Clerk Anna Perales resigned last week following a closed council session. Legal opinion was sought prior to the council accepting the resignation. #wzzm— Jaleesa Irizarry (@JaleesaWZZM) December 19, 2017
Robinson could not comment further on the circumstances surrounding the resignation. He tells WZZM 13, "I am very grateful for her 17 years of service that she gave to the city."— Jaleesa Irizarry (@JaleesaWZZM) December 19, 2017
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