ST. LOUIS COUNTY (KMOV.com) – A top adviser to St. Louis County Executive Steve Stenger resigned Tuesday.

Lance LeComb was hired as a “senior policy adviser for administration and strategic initiatives” on Oct. 10, 2018. In his resignation letter, LeComb wrote that he was resigning because he was “pursuing other employment opportunities.” His resignation was effective as of 8 a.m. on April 16.

Read: Stenger's chief of staff steps down

Lecomb's resignation comes days after Stenger's chief of staff, Bill Miller, resigned. 

Prior to becoming a member of Stenger’s team, LeComb was the long-time public information officer at the Metropolitan Sewer District.

READ: St. Louis County served subpoena for federal investigation into county executive Steve Stenger's administration

The resignation comes as Stenger’s administration is under subpoena by a federal grand jury that centers around whether Stenger’s donors received favorable treatment in contracts and deals. Lecomb was named in the subpoena. 

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