Rockland: Selectmen to Discuss Three Town Officials Tonight

The Rockland Selectmen are set to discuss findings of an investigation into three town officials tonight.

The Rockland Board of Selectmen will meet at the High School Auditorium tonight to discuss findings into an independent investigation as it pertains to Town Administrator Allan Chiocca, Chairman of the Selectmen, Ed Kimball, and Vice-Chair of the Selectmen, Deirdre Hall.

It all stems from an incident on May 1, where Chiocca and Hall have accused each other of inappropriate behavior after-hours at Town Hall.

An independent investigation was launched by Regina Ryan of Discrimination Harassment Solutions, LLC, which has sense concluded.

The board will meet in open session, go to executive session to discuss possible misconduct by Chiocca, Hall, and Kimball, and will reconvene in open session to discuss the investigation. The board will also consider a vote on the release of Ryan’s findings.

The meeting starts at 7 o’clock on tonight at the High School Auditorium.

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