RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Ridgefield Fire Chief Kevin Tappe resigned Wednesday as an investigation continues into what town officials have described only as “policy violations,” according to the News-Times.
The Board of Selectmen accepted Tappe’s resignation at a meeting Wednesday evening, the News-Times said.
Tappe was put on administrative leave in December, when the town began investigating the unspecified violations, the News-Times said.
Assistant Chief Jerry Myers has been acting chief, the story said.
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