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PORTSMOUTH – Setting up Director Juliet Walker resigned this week, indicating she prepared to “pursue other possibilities.”

In her letter to Town Supervisor Karen Conard, Walker stated “while I have each and every self-assurance in the Arranging Division personnel, as you know this is a quite hectic time and workloads are stretched to potential.”

Walker included she hopes “that my place can be stuffed as quickly as probable and am delighted to guide in producing a changeover program.”

“I did not make this decision flippantly and am grateful and appreciative of my time with the metropolis of Portsmouth. I have developed skillfully and personally due to the fact joining the city in September of 2012 and am proud of all we have completed together,” Walker stated.

Walker worked as Organizing Director in the course of a probably unprecedented time period of development in Portsmouth’s background.

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Conard claimed Walker’s departure is “going to be a huge loss for the city and I’m sad to see her go.”

“She was a fantastic steward of our zoning ordinance and a excellent supervisor of projects and individuals,” Conard reported about Walker during an job interview Thursday.