The Dublin City Council will conclude its evaluation of City Manager Jerry Guillory Friday after placing him on paid administrative leave nearly two weeks ago, leaving all options on the table regarding his continued employment.
"Options include education, training, therapy, health evaluations, and, of course, termination," said Mayor Becky Norris. "There is a wide range of actions the council is considering to move our city forward. All options are on the table."
The council will move in to executive session during a special meeting beginning at 6:30 p.m. Friday to discuss the investigation into Guillory's behavior.
Councilmen Aaron Locke, Bobby Mendez and Tommy Sperry have met with a majority of city employees, including all department heads, during the investigation.
"We've gotten the information we need," Norris said. "We've gotten very valuable information that we can work with in order to make a decision that is best for Dublin."
When meeting with employees, councilmen inquired about workplace discord and public perception.
"The group met with a large majority of employees asking them about respect in the workplace and the city's interaction with its citizens," Norris said "You can have a workplace that runs efficiently while being enjoyable and that serves the citizens to the fullest."
The council has declined to discuss any specifics about Guillory's behavior.
On May 14, the city council placed Guillory on paid administrative leave. He was escorted from City Hall and has been prohibited from entering the building since.
Guillory did not return a call for comment Thursday, but is expected to attend Friday's meeting.