copyright the Chronicle July 8, 2015
by Joseph Gresser
NEWPORT — Laura Dolgin and Rick Geisel, her husband, put their Derby house on the market in April. Their plan was to move to central Vermont to be closer to Ms. Dolgin’s Montpelier job.
She had even set a deadline.
“I wanted to move before Daylight Savings Time ended,” she said. “I couldn’t face making the drive in the dark.”
Their plans changed on July 1 when the Newport City Council voted unanimously to hire her as the next city manager.
The house, though, remains on the market, Ms. Dolgin said two days later at an interview conducted down the street from both a former and her next workplace. If all goes well… To read the rest of this article, and all the Chronicle‘s stories, subscribe:
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