Lisa Krance tenders resignation
By Deb Anderson
Longtime Plympton Selectmen’s Assistant Lisa Krance Monday night announced that she will be leaving the position on Aubust 28, giving two week’s notice to the board.
Chairman Mark Russo read her letter of resignation, “The letter comes with great joy and sadness for me,” Lisa wrote. Pending the closing on the sale of her home, August 28 will be her last day. “It has been an honor and a privilege working in the Town House.” She went on to say that many of her fondest memories are those in the job as selectmen’s assistant and she will miss Plympton dearly.
Lisa and her husband John will be relocating to Vero Beach, Florida.
Russo said, “I’m a little weak of knee to be met with this… we are losing a really key person.” “Until I became a selectman, he said, I didn’t realize how much Lisa does to hold this mess all together … I’m a little weak of knee at the thought that we won’t have her. So – we adore you, and know you have an opportunity to go on to new and better things, and we wish you the very best, but boy, are we going to miss you.”
“I’ve spent most of the last year with Lisa sitting there and Joe sitting there, and not to have Joe these past few months – and now not to have Lisa – it’s almost too much. We’ll have more time to celebrate her, but we as a board will need to get the word out to try to replace her.”
Russo said he would like to propose is a working session on Thursday morning to go over the job description, the title, the salary scale, and the application process. In Lisa’s position it was a 25 hour position with benefits at the $18.32 per hour pay scale. Russo asked that they get the word out so that applicants can be interviewed.