Top official in EBR mayor’s office resigns amid stormwater fee proposal controversy
BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - Kelvin Hill, the assistant chief administrative officer within the EBR city-parish government submitted a resignation letter to Mayor-President Broome on Friday, Oct. 21, she said.
The mayor said Hill was a loyal member of the administration for more than three years.
She added Hill was instrumental in initiatives such as MOVEBR, drainage improvements, and disaster response and restoration.
WAFB contacted the mayor’s office asking if Hill was resigning because of the controversy surrounding the stormwater fee. Officials could not comment. Officials also could not immediately provide a copy of Hill’s resignation letter.
The mayor said she thanked him and wished him well in his future endeavors.
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