“It’s not a job you leave at the door, or at least I couldn’t,” Sholar told the Cadiz Record. She also said she felt like she was less effective than she had been when she started.
Cadiz Mayor Lyn Bailey said that for the time being, city staff will fill Sholar’s role, and that at in the very near future, the city will start the search to hire someone full-time to replace Sholar. In the meantime, anyone wanting information on Renaissance on Main can contact Cadiz City Clerk Lisa Rogers at 522-8244,
Although Sholar doesn’t have another job lined up, she has someone working on her resume, and might even consider selling food at the Farmers Market. “I’m going to see what doors the Lord will open up for me,” she said.
Sholar also thanked Bailey and Rogers, as well as previous city clerks that she had worked with, for their services to the city, and that the decision to resign was a difficult one for her.
The former main street manager, who said she has been working since she was 14 years old, worked for 23 years in Banking, about nine of those at Bank of Cadiz.
Renaissance on Main Street is a program aimed at preserving Cadiz’s Main Street and its businesses, as well as encouraging economic development.