TALLAHASSEE, FL (WTXL) - The Director of the Consolidated Dispatch Agency, Timothy Lee, is resigning from his position.
According to Lt. Grady Jordan from the Leon County Sheriff's Office, Lee met with Sheriff Mike Wood on Monday to discuss concerns about his directorship.
Sheriff Wood is one of three that makes up the CDA board; the other board members are Tallahassee City Manager Ricardo Fernandez, and Leon County Administrator Vincent Long.
Lt. Jordan says at the Monday meeting, Lee told the Sheriff he was choosing to resign from the position.
Lee sent the following letter to the board:
Dear CDA Board Members:
It is with regret that I resign my position as Director of the Consolidated Dispatch Agency effective February 3rd, 2016. It has been my honor to serve as the director of the Consolidated Dispatch Agency for the last two years. Although the agency has experienced some challenges over the last two years I am confident that CDA will recover and go on to be stronger than ever before.
While serving as the director I had the opportunity to see great things accomplished within the agency, unfortunately the highs came with a variety of lows. I feel honored to consider each member of the CDA family as part of my family. I will do everything in my power during my remaining days at CDA to complete unfinished tasks and promote the family aspect of public safety. With my departure I assure you that I will assist to the best of my abilities the transition to a new director for the agency.
The management of the CDA is exceedingly fortunate to have the kind of dedicated staff that I have come to know and respect during my years with the agency. The staff is committed to excellence and are fiercely loyal to the agency. Thank you again for an educational and highly rewarding two years at the CDA.