High Springs Will Spend Thousands to Fire City Manager
The High Springs City Manager said he never saw it coming. The city commission wants him out and they're willing to spend potentially thousands of taxpayer's dollars to do so. To some, the commission's decision to fire has become a budget issue. High Springs Mayor William Coughlin surprised many in a routine city commission meeting last month when he made a motion to fire city manager Jim Drumm. It's a motion that carried 4-1. In an afternoon meeting Tuesday, the decision came closer to realization.
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