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East Hampton Village Administrator Role Will Change As Baladron Succeeds Molinaro

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Marcos Baladron, who took over as the East Hampton Village administrator on Monday. Mayor Jerry Larsen says the job's duties will be significantly different from what it has been in the past.

Marcos Baladron, who took over as the East Hampton Village administrator on Monday. Mayor Jerry Larsen says the job's duties will be significantly different from what it has been in the past.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume.

Rebecca Molinaro abruptly resigned as the village administrator last week, to take a newly vacant position with East Hampton Town, and Mayor Jerry Larsen announced at Friday's Village Board meeting that his former campaign manager, Marcos Baladron, would be filling the seat. The move was approved by the NewTown Party majority but opposed by Trustees Arthur Graham and Rose Brown, who said they had not even seen Mr. Baladron's resume. MichaelWright

authorMichael Wright on Oct 21, 2020
The NewTown Party majority appointed Marcos Baladron, the party’s former campaign manager, as the new East Hampton Village administrator on Friday, after Becky Molinaro abruptly resigned from the post on... more

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