(Cincinnati, OH) - Cincinnati City Manager Harry Black could soon walk away from his job with an over $400,0000 separation agreement.
The City Law & Pubic Safety Committee voted Monday morning on a separation agreement that would pay Black the equivalent of 18-months salary.
Black and Mayor John Cranley reached an agreement for Black to resign last week amid controversies over intimidation of city workers and inappropriate behavior.
Currently there are a majority members of city council who have spoken out against the offer to Harry Black to walk away. Council members Tamaya Dennard, PG Sittenfeld, Greg Landsman, Wendell Young, and Chris Seelbach have stated that they do not support the buyout.
The separation agreement still must be approved by Council, who are set to meet on Wednesday and as of right now there are not enough votes to approve it.