Campbell-Husbands leaves Hudson Oaks after contract not renewed

Posted Monday, Apr. 22, 2013  comments  Print Reprints

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After serving Hudson Oaks for four and a half years, City Administrator Sheri Campbell-Husband’s contract with the city was not renewed as her current contract expired.

“The City of Hudson Oaks appreciates Sheri Campbell-Husband’s services to the city over the last several years,” Mayor Pat Deen released in a statement.

The City Council first came to that decision during executive session of their March meeting.

The council then held a special meeting April 17 to officially agree not to renew the contract. They then appointed Assistant City Administrator Patrick Lawler as the interim administrator.

“I’m very honored and proud to have had the opportunity to serve the Hudson Oaks community for the past four and a half years or so,” Cambell-Husband said. “The community really welcomed and fully embraced me and it was a privilege to work with truly an amazing staff.”

Campbell-Husband said she enjoyed not just working alongside the city officials but also with the business owners and other members of the community as well.

“I think we accomplished quite a lot together and I’m really excited for the community’s future and what it holds,” Campbell-Husband said.

Campbell-Husband said she is not sure what the future holds for her but believes that her time in Hudson Oaks helped prepare her for any new position she might take on.

Campbell-Husband’s final day as city administrator was April 12.

“We wish Mrs. Campbell-Husband the best, as we move forward and continue meeting the needs of the city,” Deen said.

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