MONROE, N.C. -- The Monroe City Council voted to terminate its City Manager at a meeting Tuesday night.
The council voted 4-3 to terminate City Manager John D'Agostino
D'Agostino was hired on August 12 for the City Manager position. The council also voted not to pay his severance, citing the city's policy regarding employees having a six-month probationary period.
City Council has not named an interim replacement and will hold another meeting soon to determine a replacement for D'Agostino.
NBC Charlotte learned two assistant city managers will pick up the duties of city manager until City Council makes a decision.