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Matheny Says City Manager Is Leaving Him In The Dark - The Rhino Times of Greensboro

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The Rhino Times has written several articles about how difficult it has become, since Tai Jaiyeoba became city manager, for the public to get information about upcoming City Council meetings. District 3 City Councilmember Zack Matheny was not present for the closed session. Matheny is the only new member of the City Council elected in the unprecedented July 26 general election.
Published 4 months ago · Greensboro, United States

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Matheny Says City Manager Is Leaving Him In The Dark - The Rhino Times of Greensboro

Brought to you by the Rhino TimesOn Tuesday, Sept. 20, the City Council held a closed session to evaluate City Manager Tai Jaiyeoba.According to sources who spoke on the condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to comment, the evaluation didn’t go well for Jaiyeoba, who took over as city manager on Feb. 1.Only eight members of the City Council were present for the evaluation – District 3 City Councilmember Zack Matheny was not pre…

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