City lawyer reveals departure, following Monday retirement of authorities chief

Charlottesville City Attorney Craig Brown will leave his post at the end of January, inning accordance with a Tuesday news release from the city.Brown, who signed up with the workplace in 1985 and was promoted to city attorney in 2001, is delegating "pursue another opportunity, "the release said." Craig Brown is one of

the most devoted city government staff members I have actually come across during my 16 years of civil service,"said City Manager Maurice Jones in the release."His professionalism, ethics and dedication to the law throughout the last 32 years have been major factors in the successful execution of many programs, policies and agreements that have favorably affected this community. We want him absolutely nothing but the very best."Manassas authorities on Tuesday stated Brown will be paid

$175,000 a year when he takes workplace on Feb. 20. Inning accordance with info offered by Charlottesville authorities in

October, Brown's present income is$173,000. The city stated it will start a look for the next city lawyer right away.