Charles P. “Chip” Boyles, II
Charles P. "Chip" Boyles, II served as city manager for eight and a half months in 2021. He resigned on October 12, 2021, citing personal and professional attacks by Mayor Nikuyah Walker for a reason for leaving.
Boyles’ previous positions include the Vice President of Programs and Administration for the East Baton Rouge (Louisiana) Redevelopment Authority, Director of the Office of Community Development for the City of Baton Rouge/East Baton Rouge Parish Government, and Development Coordinator at the Lowcountry Council of Governments in South Carolina. Boyles was also city manager in Taneytown, Maryland, from 1995 to 2000. 
Boyles received a Master’s in Public Administration from Clemson University and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of South Carolina. 
Time as manager
Boyles' tenure as City Manager began on February 15, 2021. Four months in, he told the Daily Progress that it had been as positive experience so far and had developed a good working relationship with City Council. 
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