Finalists named for Northborough town administrator


Finalists named for Northborough town administrator
Three finalists to be the next Northborough town administrator will be interviewed by the Select Board Nov. 15. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

NORTHBOROUGH – Three finalists have been named in the search for the next Northborough town administrator.

The three finalists are Jeff Bridges, Clancy Main and Tim McInerney. 

According to a press release from the Town Administrator Screening Committee, Bridges currently works as the town administrator in Spencer. He has also been the Sturbridge town administrator; town manager in Wethersfield, Conn.; town supervisor of Wawayanda, N.Y.; and interim city manager in Seward, Alaska. 

Main is the assistant town manager in Billerica. In Billerica, he has also worked as the director of administrative services and budget and management analysis. He has also worked in Littleton, Boston, Revere and Lowell.

McInerney has worked as the town administrator in Grafton and Seekonk and town manager in Salisbury and held positions in Ware; Uxbridge; Mount Healthy, Ohio; and Lexington, S.C.

All of the candidates will be interviewed in-person on Nov. 15 at 6 p.m. in the Select Board meeting room. 

The town has been searching for a new town administrator since John Coderre left earlier this year. After a search, the Select Board extended a conditional offer of employment to Courtney Friedland, who later withdrew her candidacy in the summer.

Residents are encouraged to email the Select Board at [email protected] with any suggested interview questions or feedback on any of the candidates.

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