Category: Regional Mobility AuthorityTolling authority to lay off employees
By Vianna Davila
January 22, 2013
Several employees of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority will be out of a job by March 2, not quite a year after Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff first called for downsizing the tolling agency's operations.
They include the RMA chief financial officer, director of engineering, community development director and public information manager.
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Tolling agency's leader plans to join an employee exodus
By Vianna Davila
January 23, 2013
Days after it was revealed that more than half the employees of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority would lose their jobs by early March, the agency's executive director, former San Antonio City Manager Terry Brechtel, said she, too, would resign by May 1.
Brechtel sent the board a letter Wednesday afternoon, announcing she would step down after seven years with the tolling agency.
“I find myself in the difficult position of realizing that the successes of the past hold no promise for the future,” Brechtel wrote.
Read more: http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/local_news/article/Tolling-agency-s-leader-plans-to-join-an-employee-4218404.php#ixzz2JlCg3M28
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