Warren Town Manager Resigns
Richard Paduch has resigned from his position as Warren's town manager.
As of the end of the day on Friday, Nov. 18, the Town of Warren is officially without a town manager.
Warren Town Manager Richard Paduch submitted a resignation letter and served his last day in office on Friday.
The council will be holding a special meeting on Saturday, Nov. 19, at 2 p.m. to consider the town's options moving forward and to formally accept Paduch's letter. At the meeting, the Council will appoint an interim manager to fill the space until a new Town Manager has been selected.
Council President Chris Stanley says the Council is looking to appoint someone permanantly as soon as possible, but realistically, the position may not be filled until after the holidays.
"He served Warren well," Stanley said. Moving forward he said the Council "will advertise nationally in the appropriate publications and start calling resumes pretty quick."
A copy of Paduch's letter and reason for resignation have yet to be released.
Paduch had been the town manager for the past four years. He was brought in after former manager Michael Abbruzzi, left the office to go into private business.
Editor's Note: A quote from Warren Town Council President Chris Stanley has been added to this story.