The metropolis of Tuscaloosa and its main monetary officer have parted ways.

In a joint statement, CFO Susan Snowden and Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox announced the “mutually agreeable separation” on Wednesday.

“The town would like to thank Susan Snowden for her dedicated and skillful assistance around the past 6 many years such as her function as chief economical officer,” Maddox reported. “Being CFO is a challenging and demanding place, and Susan managed it perfectly with honesty and steadfast resolve that produced a real distinction.”

“I would also like to thank Mayor Maddox for the chance to serve the city in this sort of an critical purpose and, among other achievements, to aid the metropolis obtain the optimum credit score in history,” Snowden reported.

No other specifics, which include conditions of the agreement or what led to her departure, were straight away accessible.