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Roadmap of peripatetic officials is like tracking musical chairs

(Emily Thurlow) Mary Ryan.

With tighter budgets, many south county towns rely on relationships with neighboring communities and share resources to provide services to residents.

So, after one town employee accepted a position in another community and a second town employee in a neighboring town opted into retirement, much of those resources have shifted around.

In February, West Stockbridge and Richmond select boards voted to share the then-town administrator of Richmond, Mark Pruhenski. The decision was prompted after longtime West Stockbridge Town Administrator Mark Webber had announced his retirement after 22 years in the role.

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