Long-stewing strains between the president and CEO of Union Station, George Guastello, and movie director Christopher Leitch, reached a critical stage. Leitch was terminated in the blink of an eye before a planned meeting of the Kansas City Museum Advisory Board.
An individual from the admonitory board told The Pitch that a formal declaration of Leitch's rejection is being planned by Jan Marcason, exhibition hall consultative board part and city councilwoman.
"It will be discharged later this evening," the board member said. Another admonitory board member, exhibit at the meeting said that Leitch was let go by Guastello for "resistance."
Leitch was employed as chief of the Kansas City Museum built by the Robert A. Long for estimated $1 million. The chateau has been experiencing broad remodels throughout a previous couple of years; Leitch, a previous collaborator senior member at the Kansas City Art Institute, was accused of administering the exhibition hall's gathering of noteworthy protests and coordinating the progressing protection exercises at Corinthian Hall.
The Kansas City Museum's admonitory board had been endeavoring, as of late, to at last arrange a partition between Corinthian Hall and Union Station, a separating of convoluted money related ties that the memorable Northeast people group has needed for a long time. The exhibition hall's accumulations administrator, Denise Morrison, will accept the part of interval chief. Leitch did not give back The Pitch's telephone calls.
Leitch, also an artist is hoping for his success of this directing with reaching the top of height with a great ratio of net worth. He will be moving on his vacation trip to South Africa after the end of this project and for now, he is dedicating his full time to this project. Keep up Leitch!