Newark city administrator resigns

By Richard Greene | Published Tuesday, October 2, 2018

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Newark city administrator Diane Rasor tendered her resignation Tuesday.
Rasor sent a letter to Mayor Mark Wondolowski and the city council, resigning her post immediately.
Rasor said she was leaving due to a medical situation. She added that negotiations on her resignation had hit a standstill with the city.
Rasor worked the last eight years in Newark.
“It was great. We accomplished a multitude of great things,” Rasor said. “The city improved dramatically in the last eight years, especially with Mayor [Gary] Van Wagner’s leadership.”
Before coming to Newark, Rasor worked in Haslet. She said she will likely retire after 23 years working in municipal government.
The Newark council is holding a special meeting Thursday. The city administrator job is listed on the agenda.

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