'Zoom Bombing' Ends Williamstown Forum on Town Manager Search

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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — A "Zoom bombing incident" Wednesday forced an abrupt end to a listening session involving two members of the Select Board. 
 
Jane Patton and Hugh Daley, who are chairing the search committee for a new town manager, scheduled the virtual listening session to gather input from residents as the search process gets underway. 
 
"I won't repeat the details of what was said, but it was inappropriate and unacceptable," Patton said. 
 
Parton said she will reschedule the meeting for Friday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The Zoom link will be posted on the town website. 

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