York City’s former top financial officer said the city’s mayor showed up at his house on a Sunday in April and asked for his resignation.
This week, former business administrator Michael O’Rourke said Mayor Kim Bracey did not provide an explanation for the request, and he still does not know the reason.
“I asked her why, and she said, ‘I just want to make a change,'” O’Rourke said.
That contradicts Bracey’s original characterization of the situation.
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