Letter: Sharon Potter will surely be missed at Westport Town Hall

Posted 6/14/20

To the editor:

The year 2020 is going to be remembered for many events. In Westport it will be the retirement of Sharon Potter. She has been a fixture in the assessors’ office. Her ability …

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Letter: Sharon Potter will surely be missed at Westport Town Hall

Posted

To the editor:

The year 2020 is going to be remembered for many events. In Westport it will be the retirement of Sharon Potter. She has been a fixture in the assessors’ office. Her ability to pull out the right information along with her vast local knowledge have been invaluable. Thank you for all your help throughout the years. You will be missed. Enjoy your well-earned retirement.

Kathy Santos

Westport

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