By DINA ARÉVALO
Port Isabel-South Padre Press
South Padre Island City Manager William “Bill” DiLibero will reportedly submit a letter of resignation to the City soon.
The news comes after the City Council held an annual performance evaluation of the city manager during executive session at Wednesday’s meeting. DiLibero was not present during the closed door session.
The council remained in executive session for just over an hour discussing the city manager’s evaluation, which was the sole item listed on that part of the agenda.
After returning to open session, Mayor Barry Patel announced that the City would be re-evaluating its contract with DiLibero.”The City Council directs the city attorney and the human resources manager — director — to renegotiate the city manager’s contract tomorrow (Thursday) morning,” Patel said.
UPDATE: Bill DiLibero submitted his letter of resignation to the City late Thursday. It is effective Tuesday, April 12.
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