It looks like Savannah won’t have Rochelle Small-Toney to kick around anymore. From the Savannah Morning News:
Savannah City Manager Rochelle Small-Toney submitted a written resignation shortly before Thursday’s special City Council meeting.
Council immediately went into executive session for personnel reasons to review the terms of her resignation.
They will return to council chambers to allow members of the public to speak. A council vote to accept the resignation also will happen in chambers. The city manager is not at City Hall, and many of those in attendance are here to support Mayor Edna Jackson and council.
The battle has been brewing for some time and has been covered here by Bill Dawers. It looks like the official part of the process is nearing an end, with what appears to be final discussion/approval of what Ms. Small-Toney’s severance package and terms will be.
UPDATED: The resignation was accepted on a 6-3 vote also according to the Savannah Morning News. Small-Toney will receive 6 months salary plus accrued vacation time. Assistant City Manager Stephanie Cutter will become the acting City Manager.