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The Lee Select Board has formed an ad hoc, seven-person search committee charged with recommending the best candidates for a new town administrator.
The Lee Select Board is ready to name the ad hoc group that will help it find a new town administrator
So far, only one person has shown interest in serving on a search committee tasked with hiring a Lee town administrator to replace Christopher Ketchen. The Select Board hopes to name five to seven people to the panel.
The Lee Select Board will spend the next two weeks pulling together a strategic plan for finding a successor to Chris Ketchen and what to do in the interim until a new town administrator is found. Lee was forced to seek its own day-to-day town hall boss after Lenox pulled the plug on a shared administrator agreement. Ketchen’s last day in Lee is Sept. 26.
Asserting that the town has so much on its plate that it needs the full-time service of Christopher Ketchen, the Lenox Select Board voted 5-0 in a closed-door session Wednesday night to terminate the inter-municipal agreement with the town of Lee and bring him back to Lenox as the full-time town manager.
LENOX — Sign, sign, everywhere a sign — or so it seems to some people in the downtown historic business district during this very busy summer season.
The Massachusetts chapter of ACLU has given the town of Lee until Thursday to return signs it says were removed illegally in recent days by town officials, and publicly and individually apologize for doing so.
LENOX — A local resident has filed a report with Lenox Police and informed U.S. Postal Service officials after receiving an anonymous hate mai…
LENOX — Because of hot weather and possible showers, Tuesday afternoon's annual town meeting has been relocated from the soccer field at Lenox…