The agreement allows Adams to set his own work schedule, because he will need to “devote a great deal of time outside normal office hours to the business of the city.”
The deal also requires Adams to be employed exclusively by the city for two years, until July 6, 2019.
If the City Council terminates Adams without cause, the city agrees to pay him for 12 months worth of salary and benefits, and to fund health insurance for him and any dependents for a year.
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