PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - In what seem to be never-ending conflicts spurring from the Portsmouth City Council, one councilman is calling for another to resign.
Councilman Steve Heretick wants fellow councilman Bill Moody to step down from his position with council because he says Moody contracted a company he works with to provide services to Willet Hall, a property owned by the city.
At that time, Moody said he thought the city building was being privately managed and when he learned otherwise, he said he rescinded the proposal.
The 2010 documents, found in former City Manager Ken Chandler's Office, were proposals for Jani-King allegedly initialed by former Deputy City Manager Brannon Godfrey, now acting city manager.
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