Rindge’s planning director calls it quits
Mark Smith had been the planning director since October. Before he arrived, the town had been without a planning director for 10 months after former director Matt Henry left.
The decision was made at Tuesday’s Planning Board meeting during Smith’s 90-day review. Rindge typically implements a 90-day review process for new hires, Oeser said.
“We’re taking a deep breath,” Oeser said.
The Planning Board will meet next on Feb. 4.
The town also lost its longtime town administrator, Carlotta Pini, in October after she was forced to resign by the selectmen.
Pini had worked for the town for a total of 12 years, and as town administrator for the past seven. She was earning $71,000 a year.
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