Littleton city attorney resigns
Decision came days after Crawford was put on leave
By Peter Jones
Less than two weeks after being placed on paid administrative leave, Littleton City Attorney Kirsten Crawford has left the position for good.
On Feb. 8, the city announced that Crawford had resigned her position effective Feb. 1 – three days after the council had unanimously approved her request to be placed on an ostensibly temporary leave.
It is the second time Littleton has lost a city attorney in less than a year and a half. Crawford was appointed in March of last year, six months after the City Council fired her predecessor Suzanne Staiert without explanation.
Crawford could not be reached for comment, but according to