Town Administrator Leaving Natick

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NATICK – Hired in 2018, Town Administrator Melissa Malone will leave the Town of Natick at the end of this year.

“As of December 28, 2020, I am resigning and I am grateful for my time in Natick and committed to ensuring a smooth conclusion to Town Meeting and transition in leadership.  In the coming days and weeks, further information will be forthcoming on greater specifics of the transition plan,” wrote Malone to employees today, November 3.

“I am grateful for my time in Natick and committed to ensuring a smooth conclusion to Town Meeting and transition in leadership,” said Malone to SOURCE

Earlier this year, Malone agreed to take a temporary pay cut in her $190,000 annual salary while the Town of Natick was dealing with the financial fallout of the coronavirus pandemic, Malone never said publicly how much she was willing to take as a pay cut.

Malone was the chief operating officer for the City of Providence in Rhode Island before coming to Natick. She had only held that job for 10 months.

Malone has a Bachelor’s degree in philosophy & religious studies from Trinity College. She received her law degree from the University of Connecticut in 2005.

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