NORTH LAS VEGAS (KSNV & MyNews3) – North Las Vegas City Manager Tim Hacker has submitted his resignation, according to News 3 sources.
Hacker has held the job for two years after being named city manager in September 2011.
The city has been dealing with budget cuts throughout his tenure and his relationship with unions and city employees has been troubled with lawsuits.
In a news release, NLV Mayor John Lee offered his thanks to Hacker for his service.
“City Manager Hacker has played a critical role in a very difficult chapter in our city's history, and we thank him for his service as we turn the page to a new chapter in our community's future,” said Mayor John Lee. “Mr. Hacker’s leadership has been crucial to stabilizing and turning our town around by putting us in a positive direction toward a promising future.”
City Manager Tim Hacker began his tenure as City Manager in September 2011, to steer a City facing a financial crisis to greater financial stability.
“I am thankful for the opportunity I have had to serve my community and proud of how far we have come along during my time as city manager,” said City Manager Hacker.
“The city is headed in the right direction, and I am excited for its future; however, after considering the regional and state variables outside of my control I have concluded that it is time for someone else to take the reins.”
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