- Associated Press - Monday, October 27, 2014

DAYTON, Ohio (AP) - Dayton’s city manager says he will resign from his job in the southwest Ohio city by the end of January.

Tim Riordan said Monday that he believes it is time for someone else to step into the job.

Riordan says he will resign effective Jan. 31 or when a replacement is named. Riordan was appointed to the job in October 2009.

Nan Whaley, mayor of the city of more than 143,000 residents, says the city commission will begin searching for Riordan’s replacement.

The commission is scheduled to consider contracting with a professional search firm at its meeting Wednesday.


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