Rindge planning director resigns after just 9 months on the job
Henry delivered his resignation at the Dec. 18 Rindge Planning Board meeting. Henry said he told board members last week that his decision to resign is personal and that they were understanding and respectful upon hearing the news. “It is a great board and an amicable departure,” he said.
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