public works en Louisville Public Works Director Resigns <p>Louisville Metro Government Public Works Director Ted Pullen has resigned.</p><p>Mayor Greg Fischer's office has confirmed that Pullen turned in his letter of resignation at 4:30 p.m. Friday, saying he wanted to pursue other opportunities.</p><p>Fischer spokesman Chris Poynter says the search for a new director will begin immediately.</p><div><p>In June, WFPL requested documents from Metro Government, including "complaints filed against Louisville Metro Public Works Director Ted Pullen by Metro employees in the department since February 1, 2012." In response, we were told a complaint was pending and could not be released.</p><p></p><p><a href="/post/mayor-fischer-crime-development-ethics-metro-government-and-more">When asked later that week about any complaints against Pullen and whether his office asked Pullen to resign</a>, Fischer told WFPL he had not asked Pullen to resign at that time. When asked whether there was an investigation into any complaints against Pullen, Fischer replied "We have personnel issues all the time and obviously we don't discuss those."</p> Fri, 31 Aug 2012 21:09:03 +0000 Gabe Bullard & Phillip M. Bailey 1526 at Louisville Public Works Director Resigns