ROCHESTER, Minn. (KTTC) -- An executive overseeing the shops at the Kahler Grand Hotel has resigned.
David Boatright was brought in to Rochester to make major changes to the shops, but now it is his job that is seeing the changes.
According to sources in downtown Rochester, David Boatright offered his resignation Friday and is no longer an executive with Interstate Hotels.
Boatright was put in place after a private investment group, led by chairman Javon Bea of Oronoco, purchased the Kahler, the Marriott and the shops surrounding them. Once he took over, several shop owners began speaking out about the unstable environment and the fear each owner had about their future at the Kahler.
No reason has been given about his sudden departure from the company, but shop owners are simply saying that "he has had enough."
In an attempt to reach out to Mr. Boatright, his automatic email response says "David Boatright is no longer with Interstate Hotels & Resorts."
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