Times are tough, not in the City of Warren administration. Understanding of the orchestration was as soon as the new City Manager came on board, the Assistant City Manager would be gone. At the moment, there is no end in sight, eg. ad infinitum.
So, instead, Mary Ann Nau is not yesterday, but tomorrow. If established as a referendum, the voters would say Mary Ann "Now!"
Does the above suggest the new conductor lacks choreography, ie. a continuum of the blind leading the blind?
To dance or not to dance?
Always a choice,
John L. Erickson
Editor's note: Assistant City Manager Mary Ann Nau has not indicated that she would resign as assistant city manager following the appointment of a new city manager, only that she would no longer serve in the interim position as acting city manager.