Update: Council Members Seelbach and Sittenfeld have called for a special Council meeting Thursday about today's personnel changes at city hall. Both want to hear from the interim city manager about the changes and the manager/council relationship as it relates to the job changes.
Some major leadership changes are coming to Cincinnati City Hall.
Interim City Manager Scott Stiles announced in a memo Tuesday that Assistant City Manager David Holmes will retire on April 1st.
A Cincinnati Council Member wants to reinstall metal detectors at the entrance to City Hall.
Cecil Thomas said in a press release the current protocol of having people sign a register as they enter the building doesn't deter violence. He said anyone could carry a weapon into the building. Thomas points out federal and county public facilities use metal detectors.