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Correspondence about Roger Schwartze and Michelle Gleba resignations

3:29 p.m. March 12 e-mail

In this e-mail, Mayor Eric Struemph tells council members he has asked Public Works Director Roger Schwartze not to leave. Struemph said Schwartze told him the reason he left was so savings from his salary might save someone else's position. Struemph tells the council he will continue to talk to Schwartze.

12:01 p.m. March 12 e-mail

City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus sends an e-mail about Public Works Director Roger Schwartze's resignation to Mayor Eric Struemph and the City Council. In the e-mail, Nickolaus says he has talked Schwartze out of resigning twice in the last three weeks.

Resignation letter

Public Works Director Roger Schwartze's resignation letter.

4:03 p.m. March 12 e-mail

This e-mail, titled "Re: Would like to ask Roger to stay," contains several e-mail responses from City Council members on their thoughts about Schwartze's resignation.

4:10 p.m. March 12 e-mail

More e-mailed responses from City Council members about Public Works Director Roger Schwartze's resignation.

5:12 p.m. March 12 e-mail

Mayor Eric Struemph tells City Council members a special meeting is needed to develop a clear plan on how to proceed in light of Public Works Director Roger Schwartze's resignation, the city's $1.6 million budget shortfall, the perception of the public and the morale of the staff.

11:38 a.m. March 12 e-mail

City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus responds to an e-mail from Councilman Bob Weber about Public Works Director Roger Schwartze's resignation.

10:59 a.m. March 12 e-mail

City Administrator Nathan Nickolaus announces in this March 12 e-mail to the City Council and mayor that Public Works Director Roger Schwartze has resigned.

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