Van Alstyne City Manager resigns

By: First News Email
By: First News Email

VAN ALSTYNE, TEXAS -- After six months serving Van Alstyne the City Manager has put in his resignation.

The "Rockwall Herald Banner" reports that 34-year-old "Philip Rodriguez" will start his new duties as city manager in Fate, Texas on May 29th. The paper says his selection became official late Friday afternoon.

Rodriguez started in Van Alstyne at the end of this past November and was selected out of 70 candidates. Before working in Van Alstyne he served as Assistant City Manager in Cedar Park, Texas.


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  • by Grayson County Location: Texas on May 15, 2012 at 08:19 AM
    Van Alstyne has gone through so much turmoil the past several years. Will it ever stop? Personally we are getting tired to hearing all the bad news from VA.
  • by Thank You Location: Within on May 15, 2012 at 05:41 AM
    Thank goodness he got rid of the last Police Chief. For that kind of act, it sometimes takes a stranger passing thru. Godspeed! Next?
  • by local on May 14, 2012 at 11:22 AM
    Jump in stir the pot and jump out before the waters even hot!
  • by Van Alstyne Citizen Location: Van Alstyne on May 14, 2012 at 10:11 AM
    At least he managed to do the Mayor's bidding and fire a perfectly good Police Chief who cared for the city and had the respect of the officers before he quit. In case you cant tell, there is some sarcasm there....
  • by Jason Location: Ok/TX on May 14, 2012 at 09:24 AM
    Another job jumper. People you only hire someone who's actually interested in your city from within your city!
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