Harwich Selectmen Still in Dark on Golf Investigation

HARWICH – Harwich Selectmen are waiting to learn what has led to the suspension of the Cranberry Valley Golf Director Dennis Hoye and Golf Pro Joe McNulty.GolfClubBall

The two are on paid leave as of last week from the town-owned golf course.

Harwich Selectman Ed McManus said the matter is being investigated.

“Apparently there is some personnel issue that involves the director of golf and the assistant director and the town administrator and the assistant town administrator are investigating the issue, along with our labor attorney,” he said.

Hoye has been working for the town for more than 20 years and McNulty has been working for the town for 14 years.

McManus said the course’s director duties have to do with the tee times and the clubhouse operations.

“I think Selectmen are all waiting to see what the issue is. We really haven’t been brought into the loop as of yet,” he said.

Harwich Town Administrator Chris Clark said the matter is not being investigated as a criminal matter at this time.

Assistant Town Administrator Julie Quintero-Schulz has been appointed acting director of golf until the matter is resolved, according to Clark.

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