Long-time Espanola municipal employee announces retirement 

By Rosalind Russell – Espanola’s Supervisor of Community & Recreation is retiring after nearly two decades. 

Town clerk Joseph Burke says Cheryl Kennelly has chosen to retire from the town at the end of this month. 

He says Kennelly gave over 18 years of service to the town, in various capacities dedicated to community, recreation, culture, and economic development and her commitment to the town is greatly appreciated.  

He adds Kennelly’s contributions spanned the entire community through the various roles she played in all the town’s recreational amenities, programming, and promotion of local businesses.   

Burke says the town is now advertising the position to fill the vacancy, which they hope to fill by early July. 

Photo: Cheryl Kennelly, far right, is retiring at the end of the month from her position at the Town of Espanola. She oversaw various recreational and economic development programs over the last 18 years. Photo by Rosalind Russell

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