The Winchester Parks and Recreation Department will be looking for a new director following the resignation of Geri Remley.
In a Nov. 28 letter to the Parks Board and Chairman Charlie Eury, Remley stated that she would be leaving the position she’s held since April 2009, effective Friday, Dec. 16.
Remley is leaving the Clark County post to take a similar job as director of the Georgetown Parks and Recreation Department.
Remley, who lives in Georgetown, said the move was bittersweet because she has made some good friends in Clark County.
“I’ve really enjoyed serving this community, and it’s an honor to leave my footprint here and to be a part of the growth that is going to occur within this department. I think there is a good foundation for the right person to come in and breathe new life into it,” Remley said. “I’d like to thank the board, staff, volunteers and all the individuals who supported me within the community. The friendships I made in Clark County, I will be taking with me.”