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Trinity city manager resigns after nine years

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TRINITY, N.C. — Trinity’s city manager announced her resignation Friday after nine years of service.

Ann Bailie said her resignation is effective at the close of business on Friday. Bailie explained her reason to resign in a statement.

It became obvious that it was the intent of this council to terminate my employment. To my knowledge, no council member has publicly or privately found fault with my work that would come anywhere close to justify termination.

The High Point Enterprise reported Mayor Carlton Boyles called a special, closed session on Thursday to discuss personnel issues.

There has been some disagreement among councilmembers after the newly appointed council voted to suspend work on the Bathing Rock Park project in January. The project was approved under the previous council.

Councilmembers who supported stopping the work said they wanted to take a closer look at the park’s finances. Councilwoman Kristen Varner began a petition to try to save the park.

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