Lamesa Chamber VP resigns, apologizes - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

4/11/10

Lamesa Chamber VP resigns, apologizes

By James Clark | email

LAMESA, TX (KCBD) – The Lamesa Chamber of Commerce Vice President resigned effective at noon Sunday.  Stephen McAdams told the Press-Reporter in Lamesa that he mishandled some mail. 

According to the newspaper McAdams said, "While nothing was lost I had irrevocably destroyed a tenuous trust which existed between myself and several entities that work closely with the Chamber on a regular basis."  The newspaper says he went on to apologize in the written statement and urged local citizens to support the Chamber.  McAdams had been Executive Vice President for about three months.

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