RETIREMENT ANNOUNCED 8-6-14 LMS
The city’s Community Development Planner Dan Maiyo has formally announced he will be vacating his office.
His letter of resignation was read at the August 6 meeting of the Salmon City Council. Maiyo wrote that the purpose behind his resignation is to begin acquiring retirement benefits. He requested an exit interview pursuant to city personnel policy procedures and requested that his formal records indicate a voluntary resignation.
Maiyo began working for the city in March of 2006 and has had many titles including; Community Development Planner, City Zoning Administrator/City Code Compliance Officer and City Flood Zone Administrator. His resignation letter stated that he will be happy to assist with the training of a new city zoning administrator and will provide the city with any information needed to execute the duties of that office. Maiyo said it has been a pleasure to work for the city of Salmon.
On behalf of the City Council, presiding Council President Jim Baker thanked Maiyo for his years of service to the city.
The immediate question voiced by Councilman Jim Bockelman was about how the council should proceed with the Development Code meetings and he made a motion to amend the evening’s meeting agenda in order to discuss that topic. The motion passed.
During the follow-up discussion Baker said he thought the council needs to gather more information regarding all options before making any final decisions. He also felt the council needs to obtain input from the mayor and city staff concerning procedure as well as a proposal from County Planning and Zoning Administrator Gary Goodman in which he offered to assume some of the duties formerly handled by Maiyo. Baker made a motion to table the topic for the time being. The motion passed.
Maiyo’s resignation goes into effect as of September 30th of this year.
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