Panama City Hall is left without a municipal engineer, Antonio Docabo resigns from office

Judith Pena | December 29, 2022

After having remained, for seven years, in charge of the Department of Works and Construction of the Mayor’s Office of Panama, the structural architect, Antonio Docabo resigned, leaving the post of municipal engineer vacant.

Docabo made his formal resignation during the ordinary session number 52 of the Municipal Council, held this Thursday, December 29.

During his farewell, Docabo thanked everyone who supported him during his period as a municipal engineer and assured that working for the Municipality of Panama was “an honor and a very important responsibility.”

Docabo, who held the position of municipal engineer since May 4, 2016, graduated from La Salle College, then studied architecture at the University of Arkansas, United States, and at the Santa María la Antigua University (USMA) where he obtained the degree of structural architect.

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