UPDATE: Township administrator Frank Locantore said he resigned to "take a position with less demands on my time."
Locantore said family commitments, including his sons' participation in separate football programs, one of which he serves as president of, contributed to the decision.
"At this stage of my life, these things are more important," he wrote in an email to Patch.
Locantore thanked township committee for giving him the opportunity to serve, as well as the "dedicated employees who day in and day out give their best to make Cinnaminson a great community."
Cinnaminson is searching for a new township administrator.
The township posted the opening on its website and on Facebook Friday morning. The posting states that the township is seeking “a motivated professional to oversee the daily operations of the township ... Requires a minimum of five years of New Jersey municipal supervisory experience.”
The posting also notes that the salary is DOQ (depending on qualifications).
Former administrator Frank Locantore was hired in Aug. 2012 following a three-month search. Locantore served as captain of the Evesham Police Department for 11 years and was the assistant superintendent of personnel for public works in Evesham at the time Cinnaminson hired him.
Locantore’s salary was approximately $95,000.
The deadline for applications for the township administrator position is 3 p.m. Oct. 25.
Township officials, including Mayor Ben Young and Locantore, did not return calls seeking comment Friday. No details were available regarding the reason for Locantore’s departure.Stay with Cinnaminson Patch for more on this story as it develops.