Former El Monte City Manager James Mussenden, whose arrest in a local prostitution sting last week forced his resignation as city manager, has now also resigned his post as a Boy Scout commissioner.

The 59-year-old Glendora resident was commissioner of the Trails of the Valley District of the San Gabriel Valley Council of the Boy Scouts of America, according to the Pasadena Star-News. Mussenden also holds positions with the Boys and Girls Clubs and El Monte Kiwanis.

“He resigned our board effective immediately,’ Joey Robinson, a spokesman for the San Gabriel Valley Council, told the newspaper.

Mussenden, who had been city manager since 2006, was one of 30 people arrested in the prostitution sting.

The 59-year old Mussenden sent a letter of resignation to the deputy city attorney, dated effectively the day of his arrest, according to an Associated Press report.

Mussenden said in his letter that he was leaving his position without severance or other compensation, according to The Los Angeles Times.

The El Monte City Council unanimously voted to make Rene Bobadilla the Interim City Manager. Bobadilla, the Deputy City Manager for Community Development, will be temporarily appointed for 90 days.