OK, let’s get this straight.
This new mayor of Cincinnati, John Cranley, ran this fall and won big on a platform where the top three priorities were this:
Several days ago, he seemed well on the way to doing just that.
Cincinnati Council has officially accepted a plan that will let City Manager Milton Dohoney resign on December 1st and still receive a severance package.
Mayor-elect John Cranley announced Wednesday night Dohoney would be leaving after conversations between the two of them.
City Solicitor John Curp explained the item Council was being asked to approve.
“Provide for the manager to receive his separation pay subject to a resignation,” Curp said. “It also appropriates money to the appropriate accounts to pay those benefits that he’s entitled too.”