City of Rochester Mayor Lovely Warren submitted her resignation letter to City Council according to reports.
The letter highlights changes she made to make the city better and many other accomplishments. She addressed it to City Council President Loretta Scott and Vice President Willie Lightfoot.
She also mentions her work with the government and the city school district saying “It’s my sincere hope
that all levels of government will embrace working with our school district to deliver
community schools to every neighborhood.”
She closes the letter saying “Today, I made a choice and I chose my family, especially my miracle baby, my daughter
Taylor. I chose a path that presents her, our city and, yes, myself, with the best possible
future. I made this choice believing that the best is yet to come for all of us. However, this
choice, like so many difficult ones I have made, requires sacrifice. Therefore, I must inform
you that I will resign from the Office of Mayor of the City of Rochester, effective at 11:59
p.m. on December 1, 2021.”
Lovely Ann Warren is the 69th Mayor of Rochester, New York. She is the first woman to serve as mayor in Rochester and is the second African-American to become mayor.
To see the full resignation letter click here.