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November 18, 2013

Danvers Retirement Board seeks to fill vacancy

DANVERS — The Retirement Board is seeking a fifth member to replace Barry Robertson, who is stepping down.

Anyone interested in serving should send a letter of interest listing qualifications no later than the end of business on Friday, Nov. 29.

The Retirement Board oversees the administration of retirement benefits to more than 900 active and retired Danvers public employees. Board members maintain custody and control of the town’s retirement system’s assets.

Applicants cannot be an employee, retiree or official of Danvers. The term will run through the expiration of the existing term on Oct. 27, 2016.

Letters may be mailed or delivered by hand to the Retirement Board office at Town Hall, 1 Sylvan St. They can also be emailed to

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