Posts Tagged ‘resign’

School superintendent resigns after administrative leave, police visit

PHILADELPHIA — Dr. Terry Larabee has agreed to resign as superintendent of the Philadelphia Public School District. The Neshoba Democrat reports that the school board announced Larabee’s resignation in a statement yesterday. The board says it will pay $100,000 to settle the differences between the parties. It says Larabee is giving up the remainder of […] [...]

CVB director resigns; board president surprised

BILOXI — The director of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Regional Convention & Visitors Bureau has resigned. Beth Carriere submitted her resignation Friday, the Sun Herald reports, in what board president Duncan McKenzie describes as a surprise. McKenzie, who heads the Mississippi Gulf Coast Regional Tourism Commission, declines to discuss why Carriere is leaving. She couldn’t […] [...]

Davis resigns, turning over mayor’s office early

SOUTHAVEN — Mayor Greg Davis’ term does not end until next month, but he announced at yesterday’s aldermen meeting that he is resigning from the job he has held for 16 years a little early. Davis said he would step down as mayor effective June 28 and pass the reins over to Darren Musselwhite, who […] [...]

State agency continues to lose top executives

BILOXI — Another top official at the Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has announced he’s leaving. The Sun Herald reports Danny Guice, who had been interim director of the agency after DMR executive director Bill Walker was fired in January, announced to the staff last week he would be retiring, effective June 30. The agency […] [...]

Ailing state lawmaker withdraws letter of resignation

WEST POINT — Mississippi House officials say ailing Democratic Rep. David Gibbs of West Point remains a member of the Legislature. A letter of resignation from Gibbs was never filed with the Secretary of State’s Office, so the resignation never took effect, said Nathan Wells, chief of staff for Republican House Speaker Philip Gunn. When […] [...]

Port commissioner resigns; term ran through 2015

GULFPORT — State port commissioner Frances Turnage has resigned from the five-member board. Commission president Jim Simpson tells the Sun Herald that Turnage emailed late Friday about her resignation. Simpson says she has retired from Mississippi Power and intends to relocate to be nearer her grandchildren. She will no longer be living in Harrison County. […] [...]

Daughter announces resignation of supervisor due to health

JACKSON — Hinds County Supervisor Doug Anderson is resigning after some fellow supervisors questioned if he was too ill to continue serving. Anderson, a supervisor since 1993, will step down Jan. 1. His resignation was announced by his daughter, Jackie Anderson, at a press conference that her father didn’t attend. Doug Anderson suffers from diabetes […] [...]

Legislator resigns, fined for steering contracts to family

BRANDON — A five-year Mississippi House member has resigned and agreed to pay a $10,000 fine to resolve an ethics case the state brought against him over public contracts that went to his family’s printing company — a fraction of the amount he originally was ordered to pay. Republican Rep. Kevin McGee, 42, of Brandon, […] [...]

Allee resigning as director of State Port as scrutiny continues

by Associated Press Published: October 19,2012

Tags: director, disaster, disaster recovery, dredge, dredging, executive, port, resign, resignation, transportation

GULFPORT — The longtime director of Mississippi’s state-owned port is resigning after increasing scrutiny over how the Gulf Coast facility is spending $570 million in federal money it was given after Hurricane Katrina. Gulfport Port director Don Allee will resign Nov. 2, according to a news release distributed today at a port commission meeting After […] [...]

City administrator resigns after ‘heated discussion’ with councilman

by Associated Press Published: June 18,2012

Tags: administrator, argument, councilman, elected official, municipal government, public official, resign, resignation

LAUREL — Laurel administrator Dennis Keveryn has resigned in aftermath of a verbal altercation with Ward 7 Councilman Trey Chinn during a council work session. Keveryn’s resignation was effective Friday. Keveryn told the Hattiesburg American that the “heated discussion” led to a week’s suspension without pay from Mayor Melvin Mack. Keveryn, who had spent the […] [...]

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