Saturday, July 29, 2000

Treasurer to leave Monroe




By Sue Kiesewetter
Enquirer Contributor

        MONROE - Just three weeks after becoming the Monroe School District's treasurer, Nancy Weisberg is leaving.

        Ms. Weisberg is returning to the Fairfield City Schools in her old role as payroll supervisor, the position she held for five years before beginning work for Monroe July 10.

        On Thursday, the Fairfield Board of Education gave Ms. Weisberg a two-year contract, beginning Aug. 7. She will earn $38,740 in Fairfield, the same salary as before her departure, said Stephen Maag, Fairfield schools' treasurer.

        “Nancy does fine work here,” Mr. Maag said. “I think Fairfield's lucky to have her back in that same position.”

        Monroe educators said they probably would begin discussions on finding a new treasurer at Monday's Board of Education meeting. Six people applied for the position and the board interviewed three before hiring Ms. Weisberg.

        “I hate to lose Nancy. We were just starting to know her,” said John Birch, vice president of the Monroe Board of Education. “We've had a good working relationship even though it's been short. It's been challenging to get things up and running in a short time, but everybody's been complimentary of her work.”

        Superintendent Arnol Elam said he has not yet received a letter of resignation from Ms. Weisberg and declined to comment. Ms. Weisberg could not be reached for comment.

       



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