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Tension continues in Wrentham between selectmen and police

Posted by Martin Finucane March 23, 2007 05:07 PM

WRENTHAM

Selectmen have postponed hearings with Police Chief Joseph Collamati and Sergeant William McGrath, originally scheduled for last Tuesday, until they can arrange for a special counsel to mediate the hearings.

Selectmen have called the pair, along with fire union head Robert Holst, to the hearings to ask whether they circulated a district attorney’s report that contained the Social Security number of Selectwoman Jennifer Firth.

Interim Town Administrator Jack McFeeley said the purpose of the hearings is to determine whether there is cause to hold further hearings that could result in discipline. He said a new date for the hearings has not been set.

— Calvin Hennick

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