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Georgetown

Vote for next police chief nears

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The Board of Selectmen expects to make its decision on a new police chief at its meeting Monday . The board interviewed the two lieutenants from the Georgetown Police Department — Donald Cudmore and David Thomson — last Monday and will select one of the two men to replace Police Chief James Mulligan, who is scheduled to retire on June 30. At the time that Mulligan announced his retirement, the board decided to select his successor from within the department. The board is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. at Town Hall, Library Street.

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