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02/15/2013

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PENSION CHIEF RESIGNS One recent hire at City Hall already has left her position. Photo by Norman Schimmel CITING STRESS AND INADEQUATE PREPARATION FOR THE CITY OF SARASOTA POST, WENDY CLUTTER LEAVES AFTER ABOUT SEVEN MONTHS By Stan Zimmerman City Editor While a bevy of new hires have been coming ���Good morning, Pamela, I sincerely apologize to city government, one has not worked out. for the severe inconvenience, however I will not be returning to the office,��� Clutter said in Wendy Clutter, hired in June to be the pension the email. ���My city-issued belongings are in director, resigned in late January. my office, along with my letter of resignation. She wrote out her resignation letter Monday, I am very thankful for this opportunity that I was given and again, I apologize for my immeJan. 22, then put it on diate departure.��� her desk in a windowless office in the bowI understand this is not an ideal The letter cited several els of the Sarasota City exit; I need to focus on my health and reasons for her resigAuditor and Clerk���s nation. ���The stress and also feel that the position as Pension Office, and she did not difficulties that has Plans Administrator was not a proper fit come to work the next [sic] transpired from for me and my qualifications. day. Clutter notified this position is causCity Auditor and Clerk ing undue troubles. Wendy Clutter Former Pension Director Pam Nadalini of her My physical health is City of Sarasota resignation by email. suffering and more im-

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