Matt McCombs is no longer the city administrator in Aubrey, Mayor Janet Meyers confirmed Friday.
A terms-of-separation agreement between McCombs and the city is currently being negotiated, she said.
The Pilot Point Post-Signal newspaper reported that McCombs' last day was Thursday.
Meyers on Friday declined to comment on when McCombs' employment with Aubrey ended, how long he'd been employed with the city, the grounds for the separation agreement, when the agreement could be completed and whether that agreement would go before the City Council for approval. She also declined to comment on how soon Aubrey anticipates looking to replace McCombs.
"I have nothing else to say until negotiations are completed," Meyers wrote in an email Friday.
According to McCombs' LinkedIn page, he started working for Aubrey as its city administrator in March 2015. Prior to his position at Aubrey, the University of North Texas alumnus was employed nearly four years by the town of Addison and served in several roles, including assistant to the city manager, city secretary, assistant city secretary and a management analyst.
An attempt to reach McCombs for comment Friday was unsuccessful.