Aquinnah health agent Julie Sierputowsky has resigned after several years on the job, leaving the town with another key position to fill following the resignation of town administrator Adam Wilson this spring.

Selectman Juli Vanderhoop said Ms. Sierputowsky resigned on Monday in order to pursue other opportunities. “She has had several other offers,” Ms. Vanderhoop said. “She has grown in her education and her certificates . . . so now I think she could probably do better finding a larger position.”

Ms. Vanderhoop also noted that the health agent position was part-time and did not come with health insurance benefits.

“She has really done a wonderful job,” Ms. Vanderhoop said.

Selectmen had planned to hold their annual meeting with summer residents on Tuesday, but no summer residents attended.

Also this week, the selectmen responded to complaints about foot traffic and the use of boogie boards on the dunes at Philbin Beach, where walking and climbing are not allowed. Ms. Vanderhoop suggested finding a way to direct beachgoers onto a recently-installed boardwalk over the dunes.

Highway foreman Frank Perez noted earlier discussions about installing a split rail fence across an emergency path that people have been using, and suggested adding some signs to keep people off the dunes.

The selectmen also agreed to have former part-time building inspector Mark Barbadoro return to assist in a legal case involving a tree cutting violation that selectmen said has been going on for some time. Mr. Barbadoro resigned from his position as building inspector in Oak Bluffs and Aquinnah in April.

Ms. Vanderhoop and selectman Jim Newman said they were unable to provide further details about the case.

A search for a new town administrator is underway, with selectmen planning to conduct interviews with candidates Douglas Finn and Jeffrey Madison at 10 a.m. Friday morning. The meeting is open to the public.