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Retirement nears for Police Chief James Mulligan

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The retirement of Georgetown Police Chief James Mulligan is scheduled for June 30. Mulligan has been Georgetown’s chief for 10 years, and previously worked for 30 years with the Nashua Police Department, rising to the rank of deputy chief of operations. He will be succeeded by Georgetown Police Lieutenant Donald Cudmore, who recently agreed to contract terms with the town. Town employees have scheduled a reception for the chief Friday at the Erie 4 Fire Station, 474 North St.

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