WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — The Mount Greylock Regional School District is in a healthy financial position, but officials are wary of unknowns that could bring new challenges in fiscal 2022.
Those were two of the takeaways from a presentation to the town’s Finance Committee on Wednesday.
Mount Greylock Superintendent Jason McCandless and Business Manager Joe Bergeron met virtually with the town panel — not to discuss specifics of the FY22 budget the district is formulating but to discuss some of the inputs that help build that budget.
ADAMS, Mass. — The town has hired Crystal Wojcik as town accountant/finance director to replace longtime accountant Mary Beverly who is retiring.
“She is a remarkable young woman and thoroughly impressed her interview panel,” Town Administrator Jay Green said. “In addition to the benefit of recruiting a younger generation into local government, she is ready to take on this critical position and capable of it. She will represent the town well and will introduce a contagious energy in the role.”
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