Oakland Township Manager Warren Brown Calls it Quits

Warren Brown is the new Oakland Township Manager

Warren Brown parts ways with Oakland Township

In April of this year, Rochester Media reported that Oakland Township hired Warren Brown to be their new Township Manager after Ann Capela, who held the position for two years, resigned in September 2014. Brown’s hiring included a three-year deal with an annual salary of $92,500 and the use of a township vehicle.

Last week, The Oakland Press reported that Brown was resigning after less than six months in the position, citing that he is “not a good fit for the township.”

Naturally, this continued turnover has Oakland Township residents wondering why it’s hard to keep someone in the Manager position and a group called Oakland Township Watchers is looking for answers. The next meeting of the Oakland Township Board of Trustees is scheduled for Tuesday, August 11 at 7 p.m. at the Township Hall 4393 Collins Road, Rochester MI 48306. You can view the Board of Trustees Agendas, Packets, and Minutes here.

Check back with Rochester Media as this story continues to develop.


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