New Town Manager Resigns

photo by Kim Cameron | David Stahl
photo by Kim Cameron | David Stahl

Kremmling Town Manager, David Stahl, tendered his resignation for his position just three weeks after beginning on September 17. Stahl’s last day is officially this Friday, October 12.

According to Town Clerk Rhonda Shearer, Stahl will finish projects he has begun including the draft of the 2019 budget, submitting a revised draft of the Code Enforcement Policy, and sharing his research on donating sick leave days to other Town employees.

Stahl made headlines in June of this year after leaving a manager position in Dolores, Colorado. Stahl served as the Dolores interim manager beginning in February and eventually became their full-time manager. He cited violations of the Sunshine Law and violations in transparency when leaving Dolores. 

The Town Board has not officially outlined  his reasons for leaving, but
are expected to discuss the matter at next week’s David Stahl meeting on
Wednesday, October 17, 2018. They will also discuss how to move forward to fill the now vacant position.

Mayor Grover Pryor stated he was disappointed at the news of Stahl’s resignation. He had hoped the Town could benefit from his vast experience.