For the second time in eight months, the Mount Greylock Regional School Committee is one member short.
Chairman Dan Caplinger on Friday informed the district's superintendent and his colleagues on the committee that he is stepping down from the elected office "effective immediately."
The move comes less than a year after then-Chairman Joe Bergeron, also of Williamstown, informed the district that he was relocating out of state and no longer would be able to serve on the committee.
Friday afternoon Superintendent Kimberley Grady said Caplinger gave no specific reason for his departure when he spoke to her.
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