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Somerset County Administrator Steps Down
12/05/2012 10:09 AM ET  

Commissioner Lynda Quinn says the Larry Post, 59, resigned Tuesday because of "different management styles.''

SKOWHEGAN, Maine (AP) _ Somerset County Administrator Larry Post has abruptly resigned after a closed meeting with county commissioners.

Commissioner Lynda Quinn says the 59-year-old Post resigned Tuesday because of "different management styles.''

Post, who lives in St. Albans, tells the Morning Sentinel that his resignation was a "mutual parting.''

Post was escorted out of the county courthouse, where his office was located, by sheriff's deputies, but Quinn says that is standard procedure.

Post got a four-year contract with a $60,000 salary and the county paying 100 percent of his health insurance. He also got five weeks of paid vacation.



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