Great Barrington Appoints New Treasurer/Collector

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GREAT BARRINGTON, Mass.— Alicia Dulin has been named as Great Barrington's new treasurer/collector.
Before joining Great Barrington's Town Hall staff, Dulin served as town treasurer/collector in Sheffield for three years. From 2013-2018, she was assistant to Sheffield's town administrator, and she previously worked as an administrative assistant intern at the Pittsfield Police Department.
"I'm thrilled to welcome Alicia to our team here at Town Hall", said Town Manager Mark Pruhenski. "She brings a great deal of municipal experience with her and I'm confident that she'll do an excellent job leading her department in the coming years."
Dulin earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from Westfield State College, and she is a graduate of Lee High School.
She holds the designation of Associate Massachusetts Certified Public Purchasing Official. She is also completing additional credentials related to her work, including Certified Massachusetts Municipal Treasurer and Certified Massachusetts Municipal Collector.

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