The top of a 5-county park system in southeastern Michigan is resigning amid an inner investigation.
The Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority hasn’t defined the investigation. However the Livingston Every day Press & Argus of Howell and the Detroit Free Press reported Tuesday that George Phifer submitted a letter of resignation. Phifer had been positioned on paid depart in June amid the continued probe.
The Huron-Clinton system has thirteen parks in Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Livingston counties and is supported via property taxes.
Phifer labored for the park system since 2008, when he was employed as police chief.
Metroparks Police Chief Michael Reese is predicted to proceed serving as appearing director for the fast future. He says the company cannot touch upon personnel issues.