So reads the headline on a story just posted at the Mt. Juliet News website.
According to the Mt. Juliet News story, Keylon had been out sick for two weeks.
“Keylon on Monday did say she simply had a form of the regular flu and the circumstances surrounding her resignation stemmed in part from possible “mistakes” about how news of her illness was delivered and how it was perceived.”
The editor of the Mt. Juliet News seems to know a great deal more than what she’s reporting in the newspaper:
And while generally the reasons of her resignation are off-record and personal, her resignation letter printed in this issue reveals she “had a role in the outcome” of her resignation, and she apologizes for what she termed a “simple mistake.”
Keylon resigned Monday afternoon via an email message. You can read the full text of her resignation message at the Mt. Juliet News web site.
Then there’s this interesting quote:
Robertson said most cities have three or four planners and now Mt. Juliet “has none.”