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BY SCOTT CARMICHAEL

Staff North Stor­mont has be­gun the process of find­ing a new di­rec­tor of fi­nance.

The town­ship posted an ad­ver­tise­ment July 15 for the po­si­tion, ex­plain­ing that the salary would be between $75,870 and $102,647.

The dead­line for ap­pli­ca­tions was July 31.

North Stor­mont has been with­out a di­rec­tor of fi­nance since it parted ways with Catherine Borelly on July 5 in what Mayor Jim Wert re­ferred to dur­ing the July 9 reg­u­lar coun­cil meet­ing as “a change in direction.”

An in-house email sent by CAO Craig Calder to coun­cil and town­ship staff re­gard­ing the move – a copy of which was some­how leaked to mem­bers of the lo­cal com­mu­nity – stated that the de­ci­sion to re­lieve Ms. Borelly of her du­ties was “in no way a re­flec­tion on Catherine’s pro­fes­sion­al­ism.”

Ms. Borelly had been in North Stor­mont’s em­ploy since Fe­bru­ary 2016.

In early July, the town­ship also posted an ad for a se­nior fi­nan­cial an­a­lyst.

The job de­scrip­tion for that po­si­tion states that the suc­cess­ful ap­pli­cant will “per­form a va­ri­ety of high level ac­count­ing, bud­get­ing, cash man­age­ment and fi­nan­cial re­port­ing func­tions,” and also pro­vide ad­vice, guid­ance, and sup­port to the di­rec­tor of fi­nance and other town­ship staff mem­bers “on busi­ness and fi­nan­cial mat­ters, as re­quired.”

A pay scale for the se­nior fi­nan­cial an­a­lyst post was not dis­closed.

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