Savannah City Manager expected to resign

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SAVANNAH, Ga. (WSAV) – The city manager of Savannah will be resigning, according to sources. 

Rob Hernandez has served the City of Savannah for two and a half years.

Hernandez came to Savannah back in September of 2016. He was a finalist for a city manager position in Brownsville, Texas in July 2018, before withdrawing his candidacy.   

Sources tell News 3 former Assistant Chatham County Manager Pat Monahan is expected to be named interim.

Hernandez previously served as the deputy county administrator for Broward County, Florida. News 3 confirmed his departure with Savannah Alderman John Hall who wishes Hernandez nothing but the best in his next chapter.

”This is Savannah’s loss. I wish Rob Hernandez the best wherever he lands,” Alderman John Hall told News 3.

Mayor Pro Tem Carol Bell says an official statement should be made by the end of the week.

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