Dare I mention that the town clerk retired on May 30th and the town office has been staffed for a few hours each Monday morning since then? Good luck to anyone who might need to transact town business.
With Mayor Worthey's re-election, the long-time public works director and several part-time public works employees resigned; the long-time town clerk and her long-time assistant retired; two town trustees resigned; two planning commissioners resigned; the former town police chief (who had resigned) was rehired. The new town hall was financed through a grant obtained by the previous town council. Mayor Worthey nearly didn't sign the agreement with the town hall contractor at the last meeting of the previous town council until the majority of that council declared they would legally act without her participation.
Mayor Bach could learn a few things from the GMF mayor.
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