Selectmen await opinion on Blazar payout


Selectmen are still waiting for a legal opinion on whether money paid to retired executive assistant Paul Blazar was appropriate. Blazar retired on July 4 and collected $20,611.50 in unused vacation and personal days for the current fiscal year, which started on July 1. Two selectmen questioned the payout, and the board voted to seek an analysis from the town counsel, Aldo Cipriano. Cipriano had hoped to deliver an answer to the board before its meeting last week, he said, but he is now aiming for the selectmen’s next meeting, set for Aug. 26.

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