Cheshire Selectmen Still Gridlocked On Town Administrator
The town of Cheshire’s two selectmen continued could still not see eye to eye during a contentious meeting Tuesday over the town administrator post.
IBerkshires.com reports that two weeks ago, they couldn't agree on one of the preferred candidates and this week could not agree on a temporary replacement.
Reports said they had narrowed the applicant pool to two candidates: Selectman Robert Ciskowski favored Thomas Spiro, while Francesconi favored Edmund St. John IV.
Last week, St. John asked to withdraw his name from consideration.
The Selectmen discussed a few different options going forward but Tuesday, Francesconi suggested hiring former selectman of 12 years Daniel Delorey as the interim town administrator to carry the board to the May elections.
Ciskowksi said he was not comfortable hiring Delorey and that he would favor an outside person to take charge of the town.