Embattled Currituck EMS chief resigns

By Cindy Beamon

The Daily Advance

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CURRITUCK — The chief of Currituck’s Emergency Medical Services has resigned amid a county probe into allegations of bullying within the department.

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That would mean doing the right thing at the right time. Let us hope they will be in their right minds!

Does this mean

that Teresa Wheeler will get her job back for 30 days, and be allowed to retire with dignity and respect.

Bowing out gracefully

Methinks Glover sees the handwriting on the wall and this battle is one he couldn't win. Best to move on by bowing out gracefully and peddle his controversial leadership style someplace else.

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