Moulton Resigns From City Council, School Committee
According to a story on iBerkshires.com, North Adams City Councilor Robert Moulton, Jr., after stirring up much controversy over his comments regarding Black Lives Matter and COVID-19, has resigned from both of his public offices.
Robert Moulton Jr. was to be censured on Tuesday by both the City Council and by the School Committee, to which he was elected last November.
His resignation letters were the same one sentence stating he was resigning from both seats is effective immediately.
In a Press Release From the Mayor's Office, Thomas Bernard stated, "On Monday, July 27, School Committee member Moulton, resigned from the School Committee and the City Council, effective immediately. In light of School Committee member Moulton’s resignation the July 28 special School Committee meeting has been canceled."
The School Committee had scheduled a special meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday specifically to vote for a censure of Moulton. Bernard is the chairman of the committee.
For much more on this still-ongoing story, visit the website for iBerkshires.com here.
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