Selectmen pick Rindge intermin town administrator
Town administrator Carlotta Pini was recently forced to resign.
Chairman Sam Seppala said Pitt is set to start Dec. 2 and is contracted to work through March 31 no more than 25 hours a week.
“She will be working with all of us to determine the exact needs of that position,” Seppala said. “A lot of people in town know Jane and she’s excited to be working with us on that.”
On Thursday, former Selectman Jed Brummer, who served on the board when Pitt was planning director, said with budget season fast approaching it was smart of officials to hire Pitt.
In the resignation agreement between Pini and board members the resignation was described as “forced.” Why she was forced to resign remains unanswered.
The agreement binds officials and Pini to “keep confidential the terms and conditions of this Agreement.”
Rival NH Republican caucus seeks own voice
Bush 41, 43 and ... 45?
Another View -- David Scannell: A justified federal civil rights action in Manchester's schools
Taxi fail: City regulations don't work
Another View -- Ross Gittell and Jeremy Hitchcock: By focusing on student success, NH community colleges prove their value
All lives matter: Even Al Sharpton says so
Citing transparency, Merrimack officials won't hold private meetings with pipeline developers
Jeb takes a dip: First Flavor of the Week
Charles M. Arlinghaus: Read these books, OK?
Police arrest pair after bullets fly