Salem City Council accepts resignation from city manager

Kevin Boggess has been Salem city manager for 11 years

Courtesy of the City of Salem
Courtesy of the City of Salem

SALEM, Va. – After Kevin Boggess spent 11 years with the city of Salem, the City Council accepted the city manager's resignation at a meeting Monday night. 

According to city spokesperson Mike Stevens, Boggess submitted his resignation to City Council and it was accepted with a 3-2 vote. 

The reason for Boggess' resignation is not known at this time. 

Boggess previously served as town manager for Vinton.  

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