Colangelo, who has 28 years experience in local government, said he’s not sure if he’ll look for another job, but that he plans to stay in the area, at least for a while. He said his son Dylan’s graduation from P.G. High last month was another reason for his resignation. “I feel like I have accomplished a lot of things,” he said. “I have reached a point in my career where I want to reconsider what I want to do.”
I wonder if all the employees that followed him to PG will do without him?