With the unexpected resignation Monday of newly-hired City Manager Lannie Lee, the city of Dublin is once again scrambling for leadership.
Mayor David Leatherwood said the council will call a special meeting soon to discuss options for an interim city manager. While he said he does not have any ideas for who will fill the role, several names have begun to surface as possible candidates including Stephenville city councilman Brady Pendleton and Dublin councilman Melvin "Mac" McMullen.
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