MOULTONBOROUGH — The field of 38 candidates who applied to succeed Carter Terenzini as town administrator as been winnowed to a half-dozen, who will interviewed today and tomorrow, after which the Board of Selectmen will interview as many as three finalists on Thursday.
The six semi-finalists will first be interviewed by a panel consisting of five residents and two town employees, then by officials of Municipal Resources, Inc. (MRI), which has assisted the town with the search for and screening of candidates. The selectmen could reach a decision after interviewing the finalists on Thursday, but have also agreed to meet on Monday morning if necessary.
In May the Board of Selectmen held a public forum and conducted a public survey to solicit the perspectives about the qualities and characteristics residents expected in the town administrator.
Ternzini resigned in March after dodging several attempts to oust him. Since then Scott Kimmond, Highway Agent and Director of Public Works, has managed day-to-day operations as "administrative liaison" while Carol Granfield, once town manager in Meredith who works with MRI, has worked two-and-a-half days a weeks in an interim capacity.
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