In a surprise announcement Tuesday, Tredyffrin Township Manager Mimi Gleason says she is resigning, effective September 17, according to a report by Tredyffrin Community Matters and TE Patch Blogger Pattye Benson.
The move comes just a few hours after the Tredyffrin Board of Supervisors held a marathon four hour monthly meeting Monday night where Gleason gave no indication of her plan to resign.
According to the blog post, Gleason, who served as Assistant Township Manager for three years before being promoted to Manager, wants to take her life in a new direction.
TE Patch is following this developing story and will have new details on Gleason's decision to step down and what it could mean for the township's day-today operations as they become available.
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