City Manager T.C. Broadnax, who has run Dallas for more than five years under its council-manager system, prides himself on maintaining a low profile and staying out of the news.
As the headings of his weekly memos to the City Council proclaim, he’s busy “Taking care of business” and putting “Service First.”
But the results increasingly aren’t there on the items that matter most to his bosses.
That’s how I’m reading Friday’s news that the City Council will “discuss and evaluate the performance and employment” of Broadnax in an executive session Wednesday.
In addition, a specially called council meeting will begin after its regular briefing to consider “taking appropriate action related to the performance of the city manager including discipline or removal.”
Many of you likely don’t even know the name T.C. Broadnax or have the slightest clue as to why his job should matter to your daily life. But his…