Sarasota City Commissioners called for City Auditor and Clerk Pam Nadalini to submit her resignation by the close of business on Jan. 15. "I believe it's untenable to continue," said City Commissioner Hagen Brody, "but I do want to publicly recognize and appreciate Pam's 33 years of service to the community and to us as city commissioners. I wish her well." Commissioners voted 4-1 to demand Nadalini's resignation, with only Commissioner Shelli Freeland Eddie voting against the move. She called it hypocritical and insincere to give credence to complaints about Nadalini while also asking her to help with any transition. Eddie called such a move akin to saying, "We don't want you here, but stay here so we can ask you questions." The motion allows Nadalini, should she resign, to provide an effective date as late as April 15 for the end of her employment. City Attorney Robert Fournier said she would remain on paid administrative leave for that time. But should she not submit a resignation, her employment will end on Jan. 16.