CLAREMONT, NH– Following a non-public session, as is required by state law regarding personnel matters, the Claremont City Council tonight passed a resolution terminating Ryan McNutt as City Manager of Claremont. The Council cited a number of reasons, including but not limited to failure to keep the Council adequately informed, failure to provide advanced notice of issues affecting the City, failure to communicate with the public and the Council in an effective way and failure to demonstrate improvement in these areas. The resolution is effective on the 30th day following his receipt of this termination. He may request a public hearing if he so wishes. McNutt has been placed on administrative leave effective immediately. Police Chief Mark Chase will serve as acting City Manager for one day, Jan. 3, with the former City Manager of Keene, John MacLean, coming on board as acting manager.
McNutt began the job as City Manager in Claremont on Feb. 1st, 2017.
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