Well fock. Sorry for unloading laundry here folks.
I've been unceremoniously dropped of my position. Reason? Through a round-a-bout answer "I'm too much of a free spirit to be boxed in by the beauracracy of the City."
Now I fully admit that I was in a bit over my head. I mean, I'm in...er was in....a directors position as a new grad. Kind of intimidating to say the least. None-the-less, I thought I was getting the hang of the position and its nuances. The past 8 months I've been tying together projects from my predecessor that were, to say the least, complicated. I was finally able to start a project of my own, and getting full support from the Council to pursue it. The administrator thought the project was 'fluff', and not worthy of my time pursuing. The project was gaining an eco-municipality designation for the City. Something that would have required community-wide involvment and action. Not 100%, mind you, but it needed to see a majority, like most things of this nature. It was my feeling that invovling facets of business, citizens and government would be a good thing in terms of development and planning.
And to top it all off, in May, I bought a house here in town. Now what?