The view from here: Connecting the collective energy of a community and channeling it into positive results has never been easy. But in Hallandale Beach, city officials are USUALLY a big part of the problem, not part of the solution. And that behavior continues apace...
Yes, continuing the pattern in Hallandale Beach where ignoring a genuine problem was treated by City Hall as the same as actually solving it.
Like it was a question of psychology, not competency.
All of this continues to take place while the city's poorly-run and crony-filled HB Chamber of Commerce acts like an ostrich, with its head buried in the sand, instead of being innovative and proactive.
Top boss at Hallandale City Hall quits http://t.co/YZTKtrJFHP— Susannah Bryan (@savannah1023) October 12, 2015
After more than three years at the helm, Renee Miller plans to step down as city manager by the end of the year.
Her resignation will take effect Dec. 31.
Miller, 38, cited a desire to spend more time with family in a resignation letter to her five City Commission bosses.
"I know it was a surprise to most of the members of the dais," said Miller, who is married and raising a two-year-old daughter. "But as family people, they understand the need to seek a better work-life balance. And that's what I'm really looking for."
In her resignation letter, Miller described her past three years as city manager as both a blessing and a challenge.
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