Largo Commissioner Withdraws Resignation
Jamie Robinson says he’s accepted a job that will not require as much travel so he has time to serve on the Largo Commission.
LARGO – Jamie Robinson, who announced last month he would be resigning from this city’s commission, has changed his mind.
In a one paragraph note sent to other commissioners this morning (Feb. 18), Robinson wrote: “As some of you may already know, I have decided to take a new job that will allow me to stay in Largo, and not travel as much. This means that, along with being able to stay home with my family, I will not have to resign my position as city commissioner. I would like to withdraw my letter of resignation. I apologize for any concerns that my resignation letter might have caused over the past couple of weeks. Thank you to all of you for your kind words and I hope to continue to work with you to make the city of Largo great.”
Robinson had announced on Jan. 26 that he would be resigning from the commission effective Feb. 29 because he was taking a new job that would require a substantial amount of travel that would make it impossible for him to fulfill his duties as commissioner.
Robinson was elected to the commission in 2012. He is up for re-election in November.
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