Marshfield: Public Works Board Member Resigns

Steve Robbins

Steve Robbins

Marshfield’s Board of Public Works lost one of its members yesterday.

Steve Robbins, who has served on the board for over a year, resigned Monday telling WATD that he has important family matters to take care of.

Chair of Marshfield’s Board of Public Works, John Vallier, thanks Robbins for all he’s done for the town.

Marshfield DPW Superintendent Tom Reynolds says he wishes Robbins good luck.

Steve Robbins served for six years on the Marshfield Board of Selectmen, two of those years as chair, before leaving that position and joining the town’s board of public works just 14 months ago.

 


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