Bradenton Public Works Director Claude Tankersley helped the city through some tough financial years when he started in 2007 as the Great Recession began to drastically reduce city revenues. Tankersley has accomplished a lot for the city since then, but will leaving in mid-February after accepting a job as the St. Petersburg public works administrator. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.
Bradenton Public Works Director Claude Tankersley helped the city through some tough financial years when he started in 2007 as the Great Recession began to drastically reduce city revenues. Tankersley has accomplished a lot for the city since then, but will leaving in mid-February after accepting a job as the St. Petersburg public works administrator. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.
Bradenton Public Works Director Claude Tankersley helped the city through some tough financial years when he started in 2007 as the Great Recession began to drastically reduce city revenues. Tankersley has accomplished a lot for the city since then, but will leaving in mid-February after accepting a job as the St. Petersburg public works administrator. GRANT JEFFRIES/Bradenton Herald file photo.

Bradenton Public Works Director Claude Tankersley leaving for job at St. Petersburg public works department

January 28, 2016 11:30 PM

UPDATED January 28, 2016 11:30 PM

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