On Tuesday, the city manager informed the city council he plans to leave his position.
Kenneth Knight who has been city manager since October notified the council during the closed session, he was seeking other employment and will resign once he found a new job.
In the memorandum he provided during his six-month review, he acknowledged the council could choose to terminate his employment following the terms of his contract.
"I do not believe my skill set is what the city needs moving forward," Knight told News Channel 25 after the closed session. "I don't know how to deal with the city council."
The council did not take any action on Knight's employment after the closed session. City officials declined to comment on the memorandum they received.
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