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Greenville Town Manager resigns

Tim Day has announced his resignation as Town Manager of Greenville. Day began his first day as Town Manager back in May of 2015, and after several months of working alongside the Town of Greenville, Day has made his decision to resign. His last town council meeting will be Jan. 11, and his last day as Town Manager is Jan. 15. Day states that the reason he is resigning has “nothing to do with the council,” as he wishes to be closer to his family, who live about 350 miles away. “Being away from [my six children] has not been healthy,” said Day. Day has accepted a position in Brevard County and will begin his new job as Town Manager of Melbourne Beach in February. He plans to use his remaining time as Town Manager of Greenville to make sure loose ends are tied and assures that everything in Greenville will continue to move forward after he leaves, including work with the new wastewater treatment plant, paving projects and the old library's transition into a new community center. As a result of Day's resignation, Town Clerk Kim Reams will become the new Town Manager after Jan. 15.

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