Retiring administrator worked to make Ossipee Town Hall a friendly place
Town Assessor Ellen White will fill Eldridge’s shoes. In the meantime, Eldridge is training White as the town enters into its busy town meeting, budget and election cycle.
Foot traffic increased greatly after that. In recent years, traffic has decreased due to improved technology making tax and assessment information available online to residents, she noted.
“She has excellent organizational skills, and those have already been apparent all over the building,” said Eldridge.
“I have a great ability to work with the public and I’m not afraid to learn and figure out solutions if there’s something I don’t know how to do,” White said.
Eldridge has no doubts that the new administrator will succeed.
“Knowing Ellen will be taking over makes my leaving a lot easier,” said Eldridge. “I don’t have any doubt she’ll do a great job. It’s a smart move on the (selectmen’s) part,” she said.
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