Director of Housing Tony Miller has urged his staff to 'ignore political posturing' and called for a united effort to reform the department and restore its reputation. Mr Miller, censured with Ms Wong in the no-confidence vote last week, vowed he would stay in office. In an internal letter, dated last Thursday one day after the motion was passed, he said: 'My message to you all is that you do your best to ignore the political posturing and get on with business as usual.' Referring to Ms Wong, who has announced her resignation, he said: 'Rosanna will be going, but I will still be here. Rebuilding the reputation of this department after the public savaging . . . is going to be tough work and it will require united and concerted efforts by all.' The wording of the letter contrasted sharply with his previous letter to staff, in which he condemned the no-confidence saga as 'shabby political proceedings' orchestrated by a 'lynch mob'. The Alliance of Housing Department Staff Unions convenor Lam Man-cheuk said it demonstrated a management crisis was brewing. 'You can ask yourself why a head needs to write a letter to tell his staff something which is self-evident in a normal organisation. This also shows he knows very little about his staff. Almost all staff are happy about the passage of the vote of no-confidence,' Mr Lam said. At today's authority meeting, member Daniel Lam Chun is expected to move a motion to support and thank Ms Wong and Mr Miller. Ms Wong will serve until September.