Bob Bruschi to return to Princeton to serve as interim administrator
Bob Bruschi, the former administrator of Princeton Borough and the first administrator of the consolidated Princeton, will serve as the interim administrator for the municipality of Princeton starting on March 17.
Bruschi retired in October of 2014. He was replaced by former Montclair administrator Marc Dashield, who announced in October that he would be retiring. Dashield will be using some of his banked leave time in the middle of the month and officially will retire on April 1.
Councilwoman Eve Niedergang said a committee is interviewing candidates to serve as the permanent administrator, and the town hopes to hire someone by the end of the month. The person who is hired would need to give proper notice at a current job. Bruschi likely will be the interim administrator for about six weeks to a few months.
Perfect! Welcome back, Bob.
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