Denver’s Manager Of Safety To Step Down

Written by Brian Maass DENVER (CBS4)- CBS4 has learned that Denver’s Manager of Safety, Mary Malatesta, plans to step down from her position.

Several contacts said the news was revealed Wednesday at a meeting of Mayoral appointees. Additionally, another source within city government confirmed that Malatesta has told several close associates of her plans to resign, citing personal reasons.

Ann Williams, a spokeswoman for Mayor Bill Vidal, said, “The mayor’s office has not received a resignation letter from Malatesta, so I consider it a rumor at this point.”

Williams also said, “Until I have some kind of official notice, it remains unverified information.”

  • caitlin

    Awesome, Mary. You have two employees wrongfully terminated (seeing as their termination came as a result of your insistince to the fact that they needed a badge to write tickets), and now that everything’s finally coming to light, and your involvement in their termintation is no longer a secret, of course you would “exit gracefully” before you were the next one terminated from the City. Why stand up for the decision you made? Why stay true to your decision to have them fired? Run away, Mary, run away. For all the pain and humiliation the employees and their familiies suffered through due to your decision to have them terminated, it’s no surprise you can’t stand the heat. You were wrong, and you know it. The least you could do is offer an apology.

  • ScubaSteve

    Leaving for personal reasons, my hind leg. She knows that she’s about to get her wishy-washy butt run out of town for wrongfully costing people their jobs.

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