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Round Rock city manager says he's stepping down

The city manager of Round Rock is resigning.

Steve Norwood will stay on through the end of the fiscal year. He has been on the job since early 2011. Norwood cites personal reasons for the decision. Mayor Alan McGraw said he'll be missed, "He's done an excellent during his time here getting the city in good shape, not only financially, but from a staffing standpoint."

While Norwood was on the job, Round Rock held a successful $123-million dollar bond election, implemented downtown redevelopment, built the Round Rock Sports Center and re-energized transportation improvement plans.

His resignation will take effect at the end of September.

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