Scott Yandrasevich, the city-employed manager of Rye Golf Club, has resigned amid a continuing investigation into his conduct.
He was placed on paid leave in October as club members raised many questions about finances and his ties to the private agency he hired to provide most of the club’s staff. Yandrasevich acknowledged that he worked as a consultant to the company and that his wife was an employee. He had a city salary of about $107,000 and has lived on the club grounds rent-free.
Rye city attorney Kristen Wilson sent out the following news release late tonight:
The City of Rye announced today that Rye Golf Club Manager Scott Yandrasevich, through a letter from his attorney, resigned his position effective January 18, 2013.
In that same letter, Mr. Yandrasavich agreed to vacate his residence on the golf club grounds no later than February 28.
The City has already taken affirmative steps to ensure that the club operations will continue without interruption, and the City looks forward to a successful 2013 season.
Meanwhile, the City Council is continuing its investigation into issues related to Rye Golf Club.