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Tuesday, January 2, 2007

Natick town administrator interviewing for job in Hull

NATICK

Natick Town Administrator Phil Lemnios is interviewing in Hull tonight for the job he left in 2002.

Hull Selectman Ronald Davy said the town is still trying to determine what process it will use to hire a new town manager. But he said the public meeting with Lemnios -- who held the post until he accepted a similar position in Natick in 2006 -- is the only interview that has been scheduled so far.

Lemnios did not immediately return a call seeking comment Tuesday afternoon.

Natick Selectman Carol A. Gloff said Lemnios informed the board that he had accepted an interview in Hull.

"I think they pursued him, and he felt a need or obligation perhaps to talk to them and hear what they have to say," Gloff said.

"He's done a very good job for the town of Natick," Gloff added. "I think it would be a significant loss if he made a decision to leave."

--John C. Drake

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