At its meeting Tuesday, the Narragansett Town Council is expected to formally announced a contract agree with new interim town manager Richard Kerbel.
As of 5:30 a.m. Friday, an agenda for Tuesday’s meeting hasn’t been posted, and Kerbel’s contract hasn’t been filed on Clerkbase. However, an executive session for a contract agreement was scheduled after last Monday’s meeting.
Kerbel is already listed as interim town manager on the town’s website, and he has been issued a town e-mail address.
The council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.
After reading a story last week on Patch about the Narragansett Town Council choosing Richard Kerbel as its interim town manager, Meg Rogers wrote in to ask that we clarify one of the statements in that story.
Rogers clarified that when council president James Callaghan’s parents called residents, they did so in support for Callaghan’s motion for a new interim manager. They did not put Kerbel forward as a candidate specifically.