After his second run-in with law enforcement in the last two years, Waupaca City Administrator Henry Veleker has agreed to retire from the post. The Waupaca Common Council, meeting in closed session Tuesday night, voted 9-1 to accept a retirement agreement with Veleker, whose last day will be July 1st. Veleker was not at the meeting. Mayor Brian Smith says Veleker signed the agreement at an earlier time. Veleker earlier this month was cited for disorderly conduct by Waupaca police after an incident at a downtown bar. Two years ago he was arrested by city police for drunk driving, first offense. Mayor Smith says Veleker will receive a vacation pay-out of 14-thousand dollars, and a sick-leave pay-out of 44-thousand dollars, which goes into a Health Reimbursement Account to be used to pay healthcare premiums or medical expenses. The city will also pay the first two months of Veleker’s health insurance COBRA premiums. With Veleker’s retirement, Mayor Smith appointed deputy clerk Sandy Stiebs as City Clerk. That needs council approval at their July meeting. With both the administrator position and the development director position open, Smith says the council will take time to evaluate any possible restructuring. Smith says the city will not hire a new administrator until at least January 1st.