Greenville's city manager said goodbye Wednesday and hello to retirement.
Wayne Bowers had been city manager in Greenville for over seven years. He told WITN he had mixed emotions about retiring. He said he would miss the people he works with, but he's excited to take a break and be with family.
A reception was held for bowers in city hall Wednesday afternoon.
Bowers said he had many accomplishments in Greenville, including the railroad connector project and new recreational facilities.
No word yet on who will permanently replace Bowers.