North Las Vegas City Manager Resigns
The city manager in North Las Vegas resigned this week.
City Manager Qiong Liu said she resigned from the city Wednesday, after informing city staff Tuesday she had also terminated Assistant City Manager Ryann Juden.
Juden told the Nevada Independent he was still employed by the city.
In a statement, city spokeswoman Delen Goldberg said that Liu would go on paid leave effective immediately, and retire from city service on Feb. 9.
Further details on Liu’s departure were not provided in that statement.
Liu sent a memo to the city that detailed an incident with Juden on Tuesday, in which Juden told Liu that her services were no longer needed.