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Oakmont seeks new assistant borough manager

| Friday, Oct. 5, 2018, 12:03 a.m.

Oakmont is looking for a new assistant borough manager.

Carol Moore notified the borough late last month that she is resigning effective Oct. 19.

Moore has been a borough administrator since October 2016. She said she’s moving out of state to explore other opportunities for her family.

“I’m proud to say I was part of the Oakmont community and wish the borough continued prosperity,” she said.

Her position is posted on the website with a salary range of $50,000 to $65,000 depending on experience.

Deadline to apply for the job is Oct. 12.

Moore was instrumental in forming the borough’s pedestrian plan and the subsequent committee to implement the plan and increase safety for borough walkers.

“(She) will be missed,” Councilwoman Carrie DelRosso said. “I was happy to work with Carol as she worked diligently on our Oakmont pedestrian plan initiative. I wish her the best of luck in her future endeavors.”

Moore obtained several grants for the borough throughout her career, including an $11,000 state Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Peer Grant for a transportation study.

The borough applied for the grant last fall and was awarded it in January.

Moore’s final project in Oakmont is the redesign of the borough’s website,

Borough Manager Lisa Cooper Jensen and council President William Benusa did not return calls or emails seeking comment on Moore’s departure.

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