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Filling in for the mustached man

Posted by Ralph Ranalli June 12, 2007 08:36 AM

HOPKINTON

Selectmen last week came up with two options on how to deal with the absence of a town manager, and they are expected to continue their discussion on Tuesday.

Town Manager Anthony J. Troiano, who started working in Hopkinton in January, was involved in a serious car accident last month and has been unable to return to work.

Selectmen said last week that they will either appoint a town employee, such as the police chief or fire chief, to temporarily take over the duties of the position, or they will temporarily hire a resident.

Calvin Hennick

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