New Baltimore's Downtown Development Authority said it's unable to properly do business in light of the city's planning and economic development director's termination.
Downtown Development Authority Chairman Michael Wojciechowski told city council Monday night that the DDA board needs access to Judy Sproat's files in order to forge ahead.
"Neither the DDA nor the Art on the Bay can conduct our business...without information that's on her computer," Wojciechowski said.
He said the DDA website is not active because domain needs renewal and the password is not known.
Councilman Karl Rutledge said, "There's information that needs to be shared with either Mike or the DDA board."
Mayor Larry Smith directed the DDA to speak with Clerk Marcia Shinska who's temporarily taking on some of Sproat's responsibilities.
"It's still in a state of flux where nobody knows how to go about the business," Wojciechowski said.
Sproat's controversial termination took place in December. Since then, her position has not been filled.