For the second time in less than a year, Riverhead Town will soon have an open position for Town Board coordinator.
Tracey Densieski, the current Town Board coordinator, announced she would quit the position to focus on her other job in a letter to Town Board members last week.
Ms. Densieski gave two weeks notice and will leave the position after this Thursday, according to the letter.
“I would like to thank you all for the opportunity you have given me,” she wrote.
Ms. Densieski was hired last November after the sudden and controversial firing of the previous Town Board Coordinator, Linda Hulse.
Ms. Densieski said she chose to leave the position to spend more time working on her other job, where she works as a network marketer for Qivana, which sells health and nutritional products.
“I wasn’t expecting it to take off so quickly,” Ms. Densieski said of the marketing job. “I’m excited. I’ve got so much going on.” Leaving the town position will also let her spend more time with her five children, she said.
She added she will miss working with her coworkers in Town Hall.
“I love the people, I love everybody I work with, so I’ll miss that part,” she said.
Town Supervisor Sean Walter said the town was advertising to fill the position.
“We have some resumés that have already come in so they’ll be interviewing shortly,” he said.