Georgetown City Attorney Charlie McNabb announced his resignation from his position effective July 3.
“It has been my pleasure to serve as city attorney for the City of Georgetown these past few years,” McNabb said in a news release.
McNabb was hired as city attorney on Feb. 18, 2016. He came to Georgetown after serving 27 years with the city of El Paso, including 10 years as city attorney. In addition to his service to Georgetown and El Paso, he also served as fellow of the Texas Bar Foundation, founding fellow of the El Paso Bar Foundation, public policy fellow of the Texas Center for Public Policy Dispute Resolution and president of the Texas City Attorney’s Association, according to the release.
The position of city attorney is one of four that reports directly to Georgetown City Council. The release said the council expects to begin the recruitment process for the next city attorney in early May, with the goal of making a selection prior to McNabb’s departure July 3.