Grenada City Manager Trey Baker may be leaving Grenada to take job with a presidential candidate.
Informed sources have told the GrenadaStar that Baker has been offered a position in the campaign of presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Sources say Baker has been offered the position of National Director for African American Engagement.
Mayor Billy Collins verified this morning that Baker is taking time off, but said he cannot verify that Baker is leaving for another job. Baker has not responded to telephone calls from the newspaper.
While Baker is off the job, Mayor Collins said City Attorney Mary Brown “is helping us out.”
A City Hall source said the council will meet Thursday to further discuss the matter.
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