This is a developing story.
In a surprise move, Key Biscayne Village Manager Andrea Agha told council members and village staff she was resigning her position. Reports are she will stay on for 90-days, through the transition.
Reached by phone, Mayor Mike Davey said he was surprised. “She texted me this afternoon and asked if she could come by. She visited my office and offered her resignation.”
“I told her I appreciated her hard work and wished her well,” added Davey.
Davey said he will be calling a special council meeting next week to develop a transition plan.
Vice Mayor Brett Moss said “It was unexpected. We spoke briefly this afternoon and I asked her why she decided to resign. She told me it was the right time. I wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.”
Via text to islander News, Councilmember Ed London said, "I was as surprised as you today. I wish Andrea all the best in her new professional position, whatever it might be. She was a breath of fresh air, and I will sorely miss her."