RENO, Nev. (AP) — A Reno city councilmember has resigned, making it the council’s second departure in a month. The Reno Gazette-Journal reports Oscar Delgado handed in his resignation Friday. This comes after Neoma Jardon resigned in August. In a statement released by the city, Delgado said it was becoming increasingly difficult to balance the city council with his job as CEO of Community Health Alliance and being a father. His last day will be Sept. 30. The Reno City Council will hold a special meeting to decide whether to conduct an election or simply choose a replacement. Jardon left to lead Downtown Reno Partnership.