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Camden manager resignation
  • Published
    August 3, 2017

    Former Camden town manager hired in Ogunquit

    Former Camden Town Manager Patricia Finnigan, of Saco, who resigned in January, has been named the new Ogunquit town manager, the Select Board announced Aug. 2. Finnigan will fill the top Ogunquit position left vacant by the resignation of Thomas Fortier, who was charged with theft and official oppression after allegedly pocketing parking fees collected from visitors. Finnigan resigned from her Camden post ...

  • Published
    February 23, 2017

    Update: Community committee selected for new town manager search

    Five community members selected Feb. 21 to assist with the search for a new town manager will soon be reviewing resumes. The organizational meeting of the Community Town Manager Search Committee, which is open to the public, will be held Tuesday, Feb. 28, at 6 p.m., in the Washington Street Conference Room. Paul Cavelli, Ed Collins, Alison McKellar, Lowrie Sargent and Jeff Sukeforth were approved by the Select ...

  • Published
    February 9, 2017

    Camden residents called to volunteer for town manager search

    The Select Board is calling for interested Camden residents to join the Community Search Committee for the town’s next town manager. Select Board Chairman John French explained that the Board will begin the search process at the end of February, and that interested residents are invited to come forward and submit applications to serve on the Community Search Committee. The Community Search Committee will consist ...

  • Published
    February 6, 2017

    Citizen asks Camden officials why numbers don't add up

    A member of the 2016 Snow Bowl budget team has questioned the financial management and records of payments the town of Camden made for the multi-million dollar expansion of the ski area's trails, snow-making equipment, and lifts. Last June, Chris Morong, member of the budget team, and a former banker for 23 years, started asking former Town Manager Pat Finnigan questions concerning the redevelopment of the ski ...

  • Published
    January 27, 2017

    Camden Snow Bowl general manager resigns

    Snow Bowl General Manager Landon Fake submitted his letter of resignation Jan. 26. Beth Ward will serve as interim Snow Bowl Manager, according to Select Board Chairman John French. Ward has served as assistant manager at the Snow Bowl and the Parks and Recreation Department since 2013, and before that was the department administrative assistant. Fake's resignation comes on the heels of the resignation of Town ...

  • Published
    January 19, 2017

    Camden town manager resigns

    Camden Town Manager Patricia Finnigan offered her resignation Jan. 18 following an executive session of the Camden Select Board. After ending the closed-door meeting, and convening a public session, the Select Board voted unanimously to accept Finnigan's resignation, which is effective Friday, Jan. 20. The board also voted unanimously to appoint Roberta Smith as interim town manager. Smith previously served as ...

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