- Associated Press - Wednesday, February 3, 2016

D’IBERVILLE, Miss. (AP) - D’Iberville City Manager Bobby Eleuterius will retire for a second time June 1, when he’ll mark 41 years in government.

Eleuterius tells The Sun Herald (https://bit.ly/1nGf9Gz) he has told the mayor and council of his decision and will make the formal announcement at Tuesday’s council meeting.

He was appointed city manager in July 2013. Since then, Scarlet Pearl, the city’s first casino, has opened, as have a downtown Coast Transit Authority center and a $2.8 million fire station.

Eleuterius began his public service career in 1974 at age 29, when he ran for Harrison County School Board. In 1983, he won a seat as District 1’s county supervisor.

He retired in 2007 after 24 years, which made him the longest-serving supervisor on the board.


Information from: The Sun Herald, https://www.sunherald.com

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