City of Dayton searches for new city administrator, after former manager says he was pushed out

After managing cities for 40 years and 362 days, Dennis Redmond, Dayton’s city administrator resigned from his position—even though he said, he did not want to. Just shy of retirement by about two years,

Redmond said he was forced out of the job earlier this month and isn’t sure why, other than for personal reasons. But Mayor Ken Rankle said no one was forced out, Redmond  did a good job, but he didn’t want to keep someone who didn’t want to be there.

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