The Roosevelt City Public Information Officer and Deputy Recorder is the latest to resign from working for Roosevelt City. LeeNichole Marett announced her resignation on November 21st, effective  mid-December. “During Marett’s time as Public Information Officer, the City improved its public communications to an unprecedented degree,” shared Roosevelt City in an announcement on Monday. “The State of Utah recognized Roosevelt City for being a community engagement leader among rural municipalities and reviewed their communications practices as a case study to establish best practices in the state. The City was able to leverage this public engagement to receive needed input on projects such as the new Roosevelt City Master Plans and Main Street Revitalization Plans, among many others.” In Marett’s letter of resignation she expressed appreciation for the City’s leadership and staff and stated that she has loved working for Roosevelt City. Marett says she plans to pursue other opportunities. City Manager Ryan Snow says Marett has done an amazing job for Roosevelt City and considers her among the best employees he has ever worked with. Marett’s resignation comes on the heels of Roosevelt City Manager Ryan Snow and Assistant City Manager John Zilles who announced their resignations from the City last month.