During a special meeting Jan. 24, the Conroe City Council unanimously accepted the resignation of Thomas Woolley, the city's director of capital projects and transportation.

According to a Jan. 25 release from the city, the city administrator's office was made aware of employee concerns regarding Woolley, which prompted the city to conduct an outside investigation. During the special meeting, the findings from the investigation were communicated, and the city approved the resignation from Woolley, effective immediately.

Details about the investigation have not been made public. City officials also said no special consideration or contractual payout was awarded to Woolley.

"Mr. Woolley’s resignation was accepted the same as any other employee resigning from their position with the city. There were no additional agreements made," the release reads.