Associated Press - April 22, 2010 8:55 AM ET
HAVERHILL, N.H. (AP) - Officials in New Hampshire's Grafton County want their treasurer - a Dartmouth College student - to resign, citing a lack of communication and chronic absences at meetings.
The vote Monday by the Grafton County Executive Committee is nonbinding, and 22-year-old Vanessa Sievers can't be forced to resign. But a letter will be sent to her asking for her resignation. According to county records, the last meeting Sievers attended was in January.
Sievers, who's graduating this year, tells The Caledonian-Record she's only missed one meeting that she was informed of, and that was during midterms last week. She says she's not informed when there are meetings and isn't told when anyone has concerns. She says she's done her job.
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